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Ministry of Health coronavirus situation report #77

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Situation:

 

Case count as of 8:00 a.m. April 11, 2020

Area

Case count

Change from yesterday

Deaths

Change from yesterday

Worldwide total

1,704,788

+87,316

102,955

+6,026

Europe

824,232

+34,907

70,298

+3,371

China

84,028

+66

3,339

+03

Middle East

142,904

+6,417

5,552

+114

Asia & Oceania

59,180

+1,948

1,442

+52

Africa

12,945

+1,267

693

+65

Latin America and Caribbean

56,955

+6,778

2,359

+290

North America

524,544

+35,933

19,272

+2,131

United States

502,396

+34,550

18,703

+2,071

Canada

22,148

+1,383

569

+60

  • 411 new cases were reported today in Ontario, bringing the cumulative total to 6,648 (this includes 2,858 resolved cases and 253 deaths).
  • In Ontario, a total of 96,321 people have been tested, with tests performed at Public Health Ontario Laboratories and non-Public Health Laboratories. There are currently 1,517 tests under investigation.
  • 691 patients are currently hospitalized with COVID-19; 257 are in ICU; and 215 are in ICU on a ventilator.

Actions Taken:

  • The Ontario government has extended all emergency orders that have been put in place to-date under s.7.0.2 (4) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act until April 23, 2020, including the closure of outdoor amenities in parks and recreational areas, non-essential workplaces, public places and bars and restaurants, along with restrictions on social gatherings and the prohibition of price gouging.  In addition, new measures have been introduced to address surge capacity in retirement homes, restrict recreational camping on Crown land, and allow the repurposing of existing buildings and temporary structures.
  • The Ontario government is temporarily preventing child care centres from collecting payments from parents, while also ensuring that their child care spaces are protected. Child care centres, with the exception of those accommodating health care and other frontline workers, were ordered closed to help prevent the spread of the virus and keep the children and child care staff safe.