Monday, 9 November 2020

Coronavirus COVID-19: Canadian cases surge as unemployment remains high


There are various reasons about what to blame for surging COVID-19 cases across Canada: slow action and complacency. A greater rise in cases could worsen the second wave.

Some experts think that it wouldn't take much to put Canada on a path towards the kinds of outcomes we're seeing in Belgium, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and many American states.

COVID-19 vaccines are expected to roll out in Canada in early 2021.


See the Template: COVID-19 pandemic data / Canada medical cases by Province here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:COVID19_pandemic_data/Canada_medical_cases_by_province

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