Coronavirus update: Paralympian Kamille Frenet ready to lend a hand with Canada’s vaccination efforts

Evening, Here are the coronovirus updates you will need to know tonight.

Top Headlines:

  1. Kamylle Frenette is training for the biggest competition of her life – this summer’s Tokyo Paralympics. And, she is also undergoing training to become a pharmacist and certified vaccinator to help Canada’s vaccination efforts.
  2. A dose of hope: Provinces and territories are set to dramatically increase the speed and scale of their vaccination campaigns over the next two months
  3. Canadian real estate has defied expectations during the epidemic. Nevertheless, we should be careful to call it a “bubble”

In the last 7 days, 53,472 is Cases have been registered, Down 7 percent For the past 7 days. Were there 335. is Declaration of deaths, Below 2 percent At the same time. at least Is 4,006 People are being treated in hospitals and Is 1,126,143 Others are believed to be recovered.

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Canada’s vaccination rate is 14th In 84 countries with a population of one million or more people.

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Source: Canada data compiled from government websites, Johns Hopkins and COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group; The international data is from Johns Hopkins University.

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Revilers take part in Britain’s first concert since the onset of the epidemic. The incident at Sefton Park, Liverpool, England, is exempt from coronovirus restriction in an attempt to study possible coronavirus prevalence. The live concert is part of the National Events Research Program and allows festival goers not to wear face coverings or observe physical disturbances, while officials research the effects of coronaviruses on the event.

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Coronavirus in canada

  • Ontario Expanding its vaccine efforts to more qualified residents, the province announced Sunday as it made good on its promise to ramp up efforts in hot spot areas. Meanwhile, workplaces in the province are still waiting for answers at the COVID-19 vaccine clinic. And, a 322-page report from Ontario’s Long-Term Care Commission found that Ontario failed to learn a lesson from the SARS epidemic in 2003, which left it unprepared for this epidemic.
  • Alberta Premier Jason Kenny’s government is suspending the legislature’s sitting spring due to the growing breaking, record-breaking caseloads of COVID-19. And, the province’s health authority issued a “last resort” emergency triage protocol intended for the bleak scenario that the health care system is overwhelmed.
  • In British Columbia, The Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, which was once at high risk for an outbreak of coronovirus, has reached herd immunity.
  • Quebec Montreal and Quebec plans to ease some restrictions in the city as the daily case is stable at more than 1,000. And, in a protest in Montreal on Saturday, thousands marched against COVID-19 public-health measures, which they called excessive and inappropriate.
  • Atlantic Canadian The rules for strict travel and self-isolation are under increasing scrutiny as the region grapples with the third wave.

In Ottawa, After months of supply disruptions, the latest numbers from the federal government show that by the first week of June, enough vaccine doses are expected to reach Canada for all eligible Canadians to cover the first shots.

  • The federal government says that by the end of September, Canada will have received at least 100 million doses. Based on that, The Globe and Mail estimates that by the end of July, the country should receive a sufficient dose for all eligible people to be fully vaccinated.
  • So far, Health Canada has only approved vaccines for people 16 and older, meaning 31.6 million people are eligible.

Canadian Young Patient: Now with variants of COVID-19 spreading more easily, more people are becoming infected, and there are increasingly serious consequences for younger demographics.

The parties faced legal rebuttal: Legal experts are debating whether a person who was a member of a larger party in his condo could be charged with murder after disobeying provincial health orders after a person was sentenced to BC.

Coronavirus worldwide

  • Shipment of Strict Medical Supplies Shipped India As the country ends an incredible, frightening second wave of coronovirus infection. And, the country’s prime minister failed to make a profit in the recent four state elections, indicating that his party’s political strength could slip amid the epidemic.

Coronavirus and Business

Be careful by calling it a real estate “bubble”. Has Canadian real estate prices risen at an uncertain pace in recent months? Absolutely. Are elevated prices weakening the economy for future threats? sure.

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  • A year ago, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp warned that COVID-19 could result in house prices falling by 18 percent Ubiquitous epidemic.
  • Nevertheless, the average selling price on the Canadian Real Estate Association’s listing system rose 31.6 percent compared to the same month in March.

today also: Tightened by gridlock and rising housing prices, these are Canadians who have moved east during the epidemic.

And: The panic of the epidemic has made the real estate frenzy worse. Here’s how FOMO is playing in the Canadian housing market.

Globe opinion

  • Elizabeth Renzetti: COVID has wreaked havoc on Canadian nurses. But the epidemic gives a chance to fix the broken system
  • Sheryl Spiethoff and Tara Kiran: The dark side of Canada’s shift to corporate-driven health care

Over reporting

  • In his powerful portrayal, military artist Gertrude Kearn pays tribute to the heroism of a nurse’s sacrifice
  • Finding Comfort in Fear: Writers Kelly Armstrong and Kenneth Opel talk about writing horror stories in a scary time
  • Pandemic intensifies conflict for international students in Canadian schools
  • From dance to drama to drawing, children now need an art education more than ever.
  • Five entertaining thriller novels will help you beat the lockdown blues

information Centre

  • How well do vaccines work? Here you need to know.
  • Rob Carrick’s 10-point checklist, which you should have done by now to save or improve your money situation. Tips to reduce damage to your credit score; How to manage retirement anxiety during difficult times; And if you are considering home delivery then things to think about.
  • There are expectations of self-isolation here; Tips for managing anxiety and protecting your mental health; And what to do if you think you have a virus. Wash your hands How to break a bad habit (like touching your face). Is it safe to fly?
  • The best foods to maintain a diet suited to the immune system; And how to keep a healthy diet while working from home; Four tips to eat while working from home; And five mistakes that can cause you to gain unwanted weight. Here are essential items to shop safely for groceries; The best pantry staples and how to prevent stress-eating.
  • Find answers to your coronavirus and employment questions.

Sources: Canada data are compiled from government websites, Johns Hopkins University and COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group; The international data are from Johns Hopkins.

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