OTTAWA| As of Monday afternoon, a total of 374,051 cases of coronavirus had been reported in Canada, while 12,076 people had died. CTV gave this information. The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is underway in Canada and thousands of new cases are occurring every day.
According to the news agency Xinhua, the number of new cases per day across the country has increased by more than 2,000 since the beginning of November and is more than 6,000 daily.
The country is on the verge of having 4,000 coronavirus patients in the hospital by Christmas, this will put tremendous pressure on the health care system already battling the epidemic for 9 months.
A new analysis for The Globe and Mail by researchers from British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University projects that the number of Canadians hospitalized for the treatment of Covid-19 is in the West, especially the province of Alberta Will continue to grow the most.
There were 435 Kovid-19 patients at hospitals in Alberta on Sunday.
According to provincial data from the Globe and Mail Tally, over the past week, on average, more than 2,000 Covid-19 patients have been treated in Canadian hospitals, of which 420 are in the Critical Care Unit. Both figures have almost doubled since the end of October.
The Canadian government on Sunday announced an increase in travel restrictions as the number of Covid-19 cases is steadily increasing across the country.