The number of Kovid-19 cases in Canada exceeded 100 thousand
According to Canadian Federal Ministry of Health data, the number of Kovid-19 cases, which was 99 thousand 528 two days ago across the country, increased by 863 in the last 48 hours to 100 thousand 391.
The number of people who lost their lives due to Kovid-19 increased by 57 in the last 48 hours and reached 8 thousand 220.
To date, 2 million 152 thousand 700 people have been tested in Canada for Kovid-19. The ministry announced that the number of people recovered by getting Kovid-19 treatment since the beginning of the outbreak was 60,999.
In terms of the highest number of cases and deaths across the country, the top three states were Quebec with 53 thousand 952, Ontario with 33 thousand 806 and Alberta with 7 thousand 433.
Canadians ready to have a vaccine found
The public survey conducted in the country revealed that after 68.3 percent of the population was present, Kovid-19 was ready to get the vaccine, but 15.6 percent would not.
Canadian Research Association President Jack Jedwab said in a statement about the questionnaire he participated in the 1523 Canadian, that people were not asked why they would refuse to be vaccinated, but the data were related to a lack of confidence in public health officials.
Jedwab said that 86.6 percent of those who say they will get the vaccine trust public health officials at a high level, but 58.9 percent do not trust the same authorities at all. “83.6 percent of Canadians who will get the vaccine say they are very scared personally, while only 6 percent of those who do not think of the vaccine are scared,” said Jack Jedwab. said.
Canadian army returns to Ukraine post-break due to epidemic
On the other hand, the Canadian Armed Forces announced that it will resume its military training mission in Ukraine, which it temporarily suspended due to Kovid-19.
Canadian Armed Forces Spokesperson Leah Campbell reminded that 140 of 200 soldiers from the Canadian army, who were first deployed in Ukraine to train local forces in 2015, returned to the country in early April due to the Kovid-19 outbreak. Campbell said that 90 soldiers would soon join the Ukrainian mission, where 60 military personnel were dropped.