According to Public Health, this data reflects a weekend reporting lag. O'Brien is down the list at 15th with only 14.4 percent of ordered tests coming back positive for COVID-19. Lethbridge County has 46 cases, four active cases and the rest recovered. The County of Forty Mile has 36 total cases. King County continues to have the highest numbers in Washington, with 21,559 cases and 757 deaths .
Many centres in southern Ontario have had long lineups that are forcing people to wait hours. The premier said the province is instituting a minimum fine of $10,000 for the organizers of illegal social gatherings, as well as a $750 fine for people who show up to them.
But others, such as Poland, have been struggling to secure flu vaccines due to shortages caused by the coronavirus pandemic. He said: "Flu can be deadly and it is easily spread in both children and adults". New Public Health England research suggests that people infected with both viruses between January and April were more at risk of severe illness and death.
Approximately 86 people who live outside of Canada have also tested positive for the virus in B.C. Cases presumed active are down from 462 on Monday. 37 cases are active in the North, 8 of which are in hospital and 3 are in ICU. Only Africa, which has remained relatively unscathed by the pandemic, dodged the upward trend, reporting a 12 per cent drop in fresh cases from a week earlier.
Ford said the goal of the first pillar is to help hospitals across Ontario maintain capacity with the use of the flu shot. Premier Ford has announced some details of the provincial government's plan to prep Ontarians for a second wave of COVID-19.
The sobering statistics come amid a tightening of coronavirus restrictions , with a raft of new restrictions imposed on the nation from tomorrow. It also stated it is confident in its school re-open plans and the safety precautions being taken.