The new coronavirus has killed more than 403,000 people worldwide, while nearly 7,040,000 cases of infection have been officially diagnosed.
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LAST BALANCE SHEET | 9:30 a.m.
IN THE WORLD
Number of cases: 7,038,942
Number of deaths: 403,267
IN THE COUNTRY
Number of cases: 95,699
Number of deaths: 7800
Number of cases: 52 849
Number of deaths: 4978
IN THE USA
Number of cases: more than 1,942,000
Number of deaths: more than 110,000
All the news for Monday June 8, 2020
9:18 am | The containment measures decided to deal with COVID-19 were effective in regaining control of the pandemic and made it possible to avoid 3.1 million deaths in 11 European countries, estimates a study published Monday.
9:15 am | Chic afternoon to say goodbye, guard of honor, ballroom clothes to empty the lockers: many high schools across the province have found ways to please graduates. At De Mortagne high school in Boucherville, things will be done in a big way.
8.50am | British oil giant BP has announced the loss of 10,000 jobs worldwide, or 15% of its workforce, in order to gain efficiency and adapt to an oil market hit by the health crisis.
7.45 am | Iran recommended on Monday its citizens to wear masks in public, as contamination by the new coronavirus is increasing daily in the country most affected by the pandemic in the Near and Middle East.
Kianouche Jahanpour, spokesperson for the Ministry of Health, announced 70 additional deaths caused by the virus and 2,043 new infections daily.
7:30 am | The waiter, amused: “No beer at this time”. It is 9:30 a.m. The customer folds, without resistance, on “a green tea”. After three months of forced arrest on account of coronavirus, life resumed on Monday in bars and restaurants in Belgium.
6:45 am | Russia has announced a partial reopening of the borders, which have been closed since March due to the new coronavirus pandemic, according to a decree signed on Monday by the head of government.
6:43 a.m. Pakistan officially surpassed 100,000 new coronavirus patients, authorities said Monday, a figure well below reality, as hospitals begin to be saturated in the country.
6:39 am | Despite seven million cases of new coronavirus declared, more than 400,000 deaths worldwide and a galloping progression in South America, the trend towards deconfinement and reopening is confirmed on Monday in many countries.
6:30 am | The precipitous departure of the Brazilian Roberto Azevedo at the head of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has placed the organization in a delicate situation: the countries having only three months left to appoint their successor, in the midst of a pandemic.
6:29 am | Tens of thousands of Filipino schoolchildren will not be allowed to return to school until a coronavirus vaccine is available, authorities said on Monday.
5:08 am | Anyone arriving in the UK from abroad must observe from Monday a quarantine of 14 days to avoid the importation of new cases of coronavirus, a measure judged to be ill-timed and which distresses the aviation and tourism sectors.
4:53 am | Shopping centers and places of worship are allowed to reopen on Monday in Indiadespite an epidemic of new coronavirus still virulent in the country of South Asia.
10:08 pm | Montreal’s small and medium-sized businesses can count on an additional financial boost to get through the COVID-19 crisis while Quebec and Ottawa will extend $ 50 million in new financial assistance to them.