Direct | The latest developments on the Coronavirus

Whether in Quebec or anywhere else on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupting our lives for nearly a year.

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

Last review 9:15 AM.

planet

Status: 114949553

Dead: 2,540,340

Recovery: 64690916

United State

Status: 28664604

Dead: 514,660

Canada

Ontario: 301,839 cases (6,986 deaths)

Quebec: 288,353 cases (10,399 deaths)

Alberta: 133,795 cases (1,888 deaths)

British Columbia: 80,672 (1,363 deaths)

Manitoba: 31,894 cases (896 deaths)

Saskatchewan: 28,801 cases (385 deaths)

Nova Scotia: 1,642 cases (65 deaths)

New Brunswick: 1,431 cases (27 deaths)

Newfoundland and Labrador: 990 cases (6 deaths)

Nunavut: 357 cases (1 death)

Prince Edward Island: 132 cases

Yukon: 72 cases (1 death)

Northwest Territories: 42 cases

Canadian returnees: 13 cases

Total: 870,033 cases (2,017 deaths)

9:40 am | Hygienic measures | Prime Minister Francois Legault will hold a press conference on Wednesday at 5 pm. What will he announce?

9h12 | Pharmacists will be able to vaccinate from March 15th

Good news in the vaccination race against the Corona virus. Starting March 15, pharmacists can administer the vaccine developed by Moderna.

8:18 am | Iraq begins vaccination against Covid-19

On Tuesday, Iraq began vaccinating doctors after receiving 50,000 doses of vaccines from the Chinese laboratory Sinopharm overnight, while the country of 40 million people and its destroyed infrastructure faces a sharp rise in the incidence of Covid-19 virus.

7h55 | The judge does not hesitate to talk about a theft case

The Ontario judge in charge of hearing the case against an American businessman owing the Quebec government $ 14 million for N95 masks that were not delivered yesterday did not hesitate to speak openly about the theft in this story.

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7h42 | When the Internet simplifies rental housing

With COVID-19, visiting a home and signing a rental contract remotely is a real advantage.

7:14 am | Merkel wants to ease restrictions on social contacts from March 8

German Chancellor Angela Merkel proposed Wednesday to German regional presidents to ease restrictions on social contacts from March 8, according to a draft resolution obtained by AFP on Tuesday.

France Press agency

6:21 AM | Nearly 4 million doses of free vaccines delivered via Kovacs, Nigeria

Agence France-Presse journalists noted that Nigeria, the most populous country in Africa with a population of 200 million, received nearly 4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines on Tuesday, funded by the Covax machine that aims to provide them to low-income countries.

5h31 | Approximately $ 3,500 for 15 hours of quarantine

A Tourontonian who traveled to Portugal to mourn her father’s death upon her return received a bill of nearly $ 3,500 due to the mandatory quarantine that was waiting for her at the hotel.

Toronto airport

Jack Bolland / Archive / QMI

5h02 | A chaotic start to vaccination in Montreal

The launch of the mass vaccination in Montreal saw some problems because the several hundred seniors who arrived too early to be assigned to the Olympic Stadium faced long lines and inadequate services.

Covid-19 gene

QMI’s photo, Joel LeMay

2 Q 23 | Iraq receives its first COVID vaccines

Iraq received 50,000 doses of vaccines Monday night from the Chinese Sinopharm laboratory, and promised to administer them on Tuesday in a country of 40 million people and devastated infrastructure stuck in a second worrying wave of pollution.

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