Ottawa, November 16 Coronavirus pandemic in Canada has rapidly deteriorated recently. According to a Canadian television report, as of the afternoon of the 16th, the cumulative number of confirmed cases in the country has exceeded 300,000, reaching 301,332, and a total of 11,007 deaths.
Statistics from the Public Health Agency of Canada show that since November 6, there have been more than 4,000 new confirmed cases in Canada every day. In the past week, the number of newly diagnosed cases in a single day in many populous provinces such as Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia hit a record high in the local area.
The Public Health Agency of Canada issued the most severe warning since the pandemic on the 13th, saying that if the pandemic spreads at the current rate, more than 10,000 new cases will be confirmed every day in early December. Therefore, it hopes that the public will strengthen pandemic prevention and avoid social activities as much as possible.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issued a warning to the governors of various provinces a few days ago that if the pandemic is not controlled, the federal government will impose strict pandemic prevention measures.
At present, some provinces and cities in Canada have announced that they have entered the “red control” stage of pandemic prevention. Specific measures include prohibiting all social gatherings; prohibiting restaurants, movie theaters, barber shops, gyms and other places from operating; restricting the flow of supermarkets, retail stores and pharmacies. The severity of control at this stage is second only to complete lockdown.