COVID-19 Cases In Canada: What You Need To Know On April 6 (VIDEO)
Here are the latest numbers.
Another day, another coronavirus update. COVID-19 cases in Canada continue to rise as the country officially reached 15,496 total cases. The hardest-hit province of them all continues to be Quebec.
Here's everything you need to know for April 6.
As of 7:10 p.m. ET on April 5, the government of Canada has officially confirmed 15,496 of those cases. That includes 280 deaths across the country.
Starting Monday, April 6, Ottawans will have a brand-new place to access. Located in Bells Corners, Ottawa’s COVID-19 Care Clinic is the first of its kind in the capital. It will be staffed by physicians and pediatricians, from both the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the local community, and will be able to assess up to 200 people every day.
A Quebec man is in a critical condition after attempting to enforce. On Saturday, a Walmart security guard was rammed with a vehicle at his workplace in Sherbrooke, after trying to implement physical distancing. A disgruntled customer reportedly hit him with their car.
A man in Lethbridge, Alberta was COVID-19 in Alberta, coughed into the officer's face. The cough was allegedly deliberate.
COVID-19 in P.E.I. has caused officials to ban gatherings of more than five people and down on it. For anyone caught not complying, there are hefty fines and possibly even jail time.
Every province in Canada is doing what they can to be safe. For Nova Scotia, the call from Premier Stephen McNeil to "" has become something of an unofficial rule among , who began sharing the premier's original hashtag on Twitter.