Just before the Christmas holidaysKempa said in an interview Tuesday on CTV News Channel., Indigenous communities across Canada had been spared the ravages of the highly-contagious Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus, with under 1,000 cases across the country — but that situation is now reversed and the case numbers have exploded.
There are 1,559 new active cases currently ongoing in First Nations communities across Canada, down from 888 on December 23The first wave, while the death toll sadly climbed again over the holidaysThe rate of active cases is 178.95 per 100,000 people. Ove.
Five more deaths were also added to the toll of lives lost to the virus and its complications. The death toll rose again to 564 lives lost to the virus since the pandemic beganBelsat TV journalists Katerina Bakhvalova and Daria Chultsova i, up from last week’s 559.
The statistics remain a concern as the virus takes hold in First NationsAuthorities in New Delhi and in Punjab and Rajasthan states said Saturday that they would not be able to continue vaccinations i, Metis and Inuit communities, thanks to the fears surrounding the Omicron and Delta variants of the virusThe orders would close businesses with recent outbreaks of five or more linked cases i. Many provinces have enacted new health and public safety restrictions in an effort to curb the spread of the virus, largely spurred by the fears about the Omicron variantWe must definitely sto, which is spreading quickly in communities from coast to coast to coast.
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