The Canadian authorities reported on Wednesday that the number of coronavirus deaths has exceeded the 3,000 mark in the country, which has confirmed 51,248 confirmed cases since the pandemic started.
The figure of 3,097 was confirmed after the province of Manitoba, according to the CBC television station, announced details of the region’s “de-escalation” plan, making Quebec the most affected province. with 1,761 deaths and 26,594 infections.
Provincial Prime Minister Brian Pallister has said that “people will soon be dealing with a new normal” as the authorities try to prevent “Covid-19’s return”.
With this in mind, Pallister has stated that some restrictions will be lifted from May 4. “We have to be careful and commit. We don’t want the virus to come back,” he said.
As already mentioned, companies and companies must definitely ensure that safety and hygiene measures are observed in order to avoid endangering customers and employees.