Case: 58 456 049
Death: 1 385 163
Case: 328 656, 132 042 in Quebec
Death : 11,455 deaths, 6,829 in Quebec
ALL NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 22, 2020
3:30 p.m. | COVID-19: Spain’s strategy “gives results”
Spain’s strategy in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic “is showing results,” Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said on Sunday, presenting his country’s vaccination plan for 2021.
Canada accumulated, Sunday at midday, a total of 2,952 new cases of COVID-19, in addition to 49 deaths, bringing the toll of the pandemic to 328,656 cases and 11,455 deaths.
“We have hired 7,000 patient attendants and we are in the process of completing another co-op of 3,000 attendants. We have our champions in infection prevention and control and we have protective equipment, ”said the Minister responsible for Seniors and Caregivers.
While many believe that this period is too short to accommodate everyone, it was nevertheless chosen to minimize the risk of transmission, explained epidemiologist Nimâ Machouf in an interview with LCN.
12:12 | Merkel “worried” about the slow pace of discussions to provide the vaccine to the poorest
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday she was “worried” about the slow pace of talks to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to the poorest nations.
Speaking at the close of the virtual G20 summit, she said: “We will now see with the Vaccine Alliance (Gavi) when these negotiations will start, because I am worried that nothing has been done yet”, she told reporters in Berlin.
France has in turn detected the presence of COVID-19 in one of its four mink farms, south-west of Paris where the thousand furry animals were slaughtered.
“The slaughter of all the thousand animals still present on the farm and the elimination of products from these animals” were ordered on Sunday, the ministries of Agriculture, Health and Ecological Transition announced.
G20 leaders on Sunday pledged to “stop at nothing” to ensure equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines, according to a draft of the summit’s final declaration with a decidedly consensual tone, but poor in concrete announcements.
A new batch of tests would have proven that the coronavirus that caused COVID-19 did not come from the Wuhan laboratory, its director said this week.
The Canadian government has spent more than $ 225 billion in nine months to deal with the pandemic, one of the highest amounts on the planet. The newspaper questioned experts to find out if this all-out generosity was justified.
Restaurant owners and bar owners discouraged by the closure of their establishments in October urge the Legault government to send them “emergency aid” promised seven weeks ago.
The extension of restrictions in the red zone during the holiday season will be catastrophic for restaurants and bars that relied on this period to survive the crisis.
Owners of sports centers in Lanaudière have seen a precious subsidy slip through their fingers for a matter of hours.
The second wave hits the hospitals of Quebec, where workers are exhausting themselves fighting COVID-19 and fear an even more difficult winter with the flu and the impacts of Christmas parties.
Contrary to what the opposition parties claim, governance experts consulted by The newspaper do not consider it necessary to disseminate the deliberations between Public Health and the Government on their crisis management.
Health guidelines are not always followed on construction sites, which have received more than 1,000 correction notices in one month.
Flight attendants who have spent more than two decades traveling the world by plane believe that the pandemic has had such significant impacts that they even surpass those of September 11, 2001 in the field of aviation.