live | Latest developments on COVID-19

  live |  Latest developments on COVID-19

Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupting our lives for a year and a half.

Here you will get all the news related to this crisis affecting the population, governments and economy throughout the day.

Last review at 9:09 am.


Case: 240 508 281

Dead: 4,896,755

United States of america

Case: 44 918 127

Dead: 724,166


Ontario: 594,419 cases (9,814 deaths)

Quebec: 419,187 cases (11,440 deaths)

Alberta: 314,252 cases (2,946 deaths)

British Columbia: 196,433 cases (2,055 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 74,074 cases (776 deaths)

Manitoba: 61,987 cases (1,230 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 7,077 cases (98 deaths)

New Brunswick: 5,735 cases (87 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,881 cases (13 deaths)

North Western Region: 1,638 cases (9 deaths)

Yukon: 837 cases (10 deaths)

Nunavut: 671 cases (4 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 312 cases

Returned from Canada: 13 cases

Total: 1,678,516 cases (28,482 deaths)

8:50 am | End of physical distance for those vaccinated in Mecca


Vaccinated worshipers were able to pray shoulder to shoulder on Sunday at Mecca’s Grand Mosque for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, after social distancing was lifted by authorities in Saudi Arabia.

8h48 | COVID outbreak at a private school in Montreal

Michel-Provost Academy is battling the COVID-19 outbreak.

The educational establishment had to close four primary level classes for ten days after several cases of virus infection.

08h07 | 2021 municipal elections: Pandemic is costing cities

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photo d’archives

Municipal elections will cost millions more than expected in big cities, partly due to strict enforcement of sanitation measures.

According to budget estimates, the bill for holding the election in Montreal would increase from $14 million to $22 million. It will go from $4.7 to $6.1 million in Quebec City, $1.8 to $3.8 million in Laval, and $1.3 to $1.8 million in Longueil.

6h06 | Despite all efforts, the NBA has not reached 100% vaccination


Binding protocols, payroll reductions, sidelining … failing to be able to enforce vaccination against COVID-19 on players, the NBA and its franchises without success, on Tuesday reached 100% injections before the start of the season Will have tried everything.

One man embodies resistance to vaccines in the North American Basketball League: Kyrie Irving, one of its big stars, a member of the famous “Big 3” (along with Kevin Durant and James Harden) of the Brooklyn Nets, has succeeded the Milwaukee Bucks. preferable to. Prize.

5h44 | happiness makes you forget the mask

General - LNH Rangers vs. Canadians

photo martin allari

Many of the 21,000 hockey fans that filled Bell Center on Saturday gave up wearing masks amid the excitement of this first full house in 585 pandemic days.

4h56 | COVID-19: New 24-hour contamination record in Russia

Russia on Sunday reported a record fourth consecutive day of coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours, indicating a pandemic in full swing against a backdrop of sluggish vaccinations and limited restrictions.

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0h45 | Argentina: Posadas in hospital, COVID gone, fear not


At Posadas, Argentina’s largest public hospital, the last COVID patient in intensive care left the department three weeks ago and no one has entered since. Tested by the struggle, by losses in their ranks, the caretakers are working hard without being able to pursue the “spectator” of a new wave.


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