Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Canada, Ontario: Coronavirus Covid-19 deaths: 37

Ontario associate chief medical officer of health Dr. Barbara Yaffe said on Wednesday that 426 new cases of Coronavirus COVID-19 have been confirmed. This creates the total number of cases of 2,392 in the Ontario province. The death toll in Ontario becomes 37. The total number of resolved cases is 689, almost 30 per cent of Ontario cases.

Ontario chief medical officer of health Dr. David Williams said that some people in the province had been issued warnings under Section 22 of the Health Protection and Promotion Act to enforce isolation orders. This virus is certainly a serious issue and should not be taken lightly.

According to Ontario’s website, the numbers males and females diagnosed with COVID-19 is about 50% and 50%.

Total Canadian cases:

Confirmed: 9,712
Deaths: 111
Recovered: 1,528

Read more Ontario Coronavirus Covid-19 details here:

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Above: Flag of Ontario, Canada

In the country of Canada, the economy of Ontario province is rich and diversified. Ontario is the largest economy in Canada, with a GDP twice that of neighbouring Quebec, which is Canada's second largest economy.

Ontario is certainly the most populous province of Canada, with a population of approximately 14.19 million permanent residents in 2017. It is amazingly Canada's leading manufacturing province, accounting for 46% of the manufacturing GDP in 2017.

1 comment:

  1. Ontario government has revealed projection numbers for the province to be just under 1,600 COVID-19 deaths and 80,000 cases by the end of April, if the current measures in place are upheld.

    The data also indicated that Ontario would have seen 300,000 cases of COVID-19 and 6,000 deaths by the end of the month if there was no government action or intervention.

    Coronavirus: Ontario projects just under 1,600 COVID-19 deaths, 80,000 cases by end of April -