LIVE | The latest developments on the coronavirus

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

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



Case: 246 743 962

Dead: 5,000,425


Case: 45 970 881

Dead: 745,836


Ontario: 599,955 cases (9,871 deaths)

Quebec: 425,960 cases (11,494 deaths)

Alberta: 322,989 cases (3,093 deaths)

British Columbia: 204,914 cases (2,156 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 77,664 cases (851 deaths)

Manitoba: 63,353 cases (1,246 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 7,354 cases (100 deaths)

New Brunswick: 6,445 cases (117 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 1992 cases (16 deaths)

Northwest Territories: 1,863 cases (11 deaths)

Yukon: 921 cases (10 deaths)

Nunavut: 674 cases (4 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 315 cases

Canadian returnees: 13 cases

Total: 1,714,412 cases (28,969 deaths)

7h34 | New flexibilities for bars and restaurants

Bars and restaurants can benefit from further reductions in sanitary measures. As of today, establishments are allowed to accommodate clients to the maximum of their capacity.



7:24 am | COVID: Kremlin expresses concern about overworked doctors in Russia

6:20 am | In Germany, new COVID outbreak causes concern

Resumption of contamination in retirement homes, infections on the rise, vaccinations stopped: concern about COVID is resurfacing in Germany as the country is looking for a new government.

6:16 am | China: Disneyland closed after COVID case

1h16 | Peru, country most affected by COVID, remembers its dead

Smiling faces against the background of an azure sky: in the houses of the poor neighborhoods of Piura, in the far north of Peru, large posters revive the memory of the dead from COVID-19 in this country which holds the sad world death record per inhabitant.

1h16 | COVID: Sputnik V vaccine ineffective against Russian mistrust

0h00 | Full of hope, Thailand welcomes its first tourists without quarantine

The first vaccinated tourists landed in Bangkok and the island of Phuket on Monday morning, a hope for rebirth for the bloodless Thai tourism industry after a year and a half of lockdown.


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