Canada Is Reporting No New COVID-19 Deaths For The First Time Since The Middle Of March
Finally some good news!
Here's some good news! COVID-19 deaths in Canada didn't go up for one day and this is the first time that's happened since the middle of March.
As of 7:00 p.m. ET on September 11, Canada is reporting no new deaths related to COVID-19.
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The total number of deaths related to the virus across the country is still at 9,163 since there was no change from September 10 to September 11.
That's 6.8% of the total number of confirmed cases.
Canada's first reported fatality was on March 8 and then on March 11, there was a second one.
For the next couple of days after that, there were no new deaths reported.
March 15 was the last time the number didn't have a daily change until now.
With a rapid increase in deaths from April to June, data from the Government of Canada shows that the curve is flattening when it comes to fatalities.