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Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic is changing our lives.

Here you will find all the news throughout the day related to this crisis that is affecting the population, governments and the economy.

LAST BALANCE SHEET 8:30 am

PLANETARY

Case: 10 168 657

Dead: 502,387

Recovered: 5,158,153

UNITED STATES

Case: 2,637,404

Dead: 128,443

Recovered: 1,093,612

CANADA

Québec: 55,079 cases (5,448 deaths)

Ontario: 34,476 cases (2,652)

Alberta: 7,851 cases (154 deaths)

British Columbia: 2,869 cases (173 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 1,061 cases (63 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 759 cases (13 deaths)

Manitoba: 316 cases (7 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 261 cases (3 deaths)

New Brunswick: 165 cases (2 deaths)

Prince Edward Island: 27 cases

Yukon: 11 cases

Northwest Territories: 5 cases

Canadian returnees: 13 cases

Total: 102,794 cases (8,515 deaths)

NEWS

9:07 am | A rapid screening center opened at Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport opened a rapid coronavirus screening center on Monday, a first to avoid quarantining for its passengers as summer vacation starts.

9h01 | A barcode to screen tourists in Greece

Tourists coming to Greece from July 1 will have to complete an online questionnaire 48 hours in advance and will receive a barcode which will determine if they should be screened upon arrival.

8:40 am | Iran announces 162 deaths, record daily deaths since the start of the pandemic

Health officials announced on Monday 162 additional deaths from COVID-19 disease in Iran, the highest number of daily virus-related deaths since the epidemic began in February.

8h20 | Half of Tokyo residents against the Olympics in 2021

Just over half of Tokyo residents oppose hosting the 2020 Olympics in their city next year postponed for a year due to the new coronavirus pandemic, according to a poll released Monday.

6h38 | What job is essential to get out of the crisis?

Instead of turning to religion, Quebecers are more and more “down to earth” in this context of pandemic. They trust health professions much more than priests, according to a Léger survey/The newspaper.

6:15 am | A 15-year-old full-time teenager in a CHSLD

Sensitive to the reality of the elderly during the pandemic, a 15-year-old teenager wants to do his part by taking advantage of the summer of deconfinement to work full time in a CHSLD in Quebec.



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Photo d’archives, Stevens LeBlanc

5:30 am | The Minister of Labor judges that the PKU slows the recovery

The Trudeau government’s Canadian Emergency Benefit penalizes key sectors of the Quebec economy by bleeding them from their workforce, laments the Minister of Labor.

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