Canada reports zero COVID-19 deaths in 24-hour time period

Canada reports zero COVID-19 deaths in 24-hour time period


Canada reported no COVID-19 deaths in a 24-hour period on Friday for the first time since March, Reuters reported Saturday.

Canada’s death toll from the virus was 9,163 as of Sept. 11, the same number of the deaths reported on Sept. 10, government data showed. Positive cases increased by 702 to 135,626 on Sept. 11 from the day before, public health data showed.

Most provinces are easing lockdown restrictions and schools reopened for in-person classes despite a mild uptick in infections in recent days.

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In contrast, New Zealand, which has had great success shutting down transmission of the virus, had a setback with a new outbreak in Auckland last month, Reuters reported.

As a result, Auckland was locked down again and residents were angered. Protests were held Saturday against the government’s restrictions and local TV footage showed many in the crowd of at least a thousand people not wearing masks.

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