Coronavirus Canada updates: Quebec reaches nearly 25,000 cases

Coronavirus Canada updates: Quebec reaches nearly 25,000 cases
Coronavirus Canada updates: Quebec reaches nearly 25,000 casesA cemetery worker wears protective suits as a preventive measure against the spread of the new coronavirus, COVID-19, in Bogota on April 10, 2020. - Latin America and the Caribbean accounted for more than 61,000 COVID-19 infections on Sunday, with more than 2,500 deaths, according to an AFP balance prepared with information from national authorities and the World Health Organization (WHO). (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP) (Photo by JUAN BARRETO/AFP via Getty Images)

More than half of all COVID-19 cases in Canada are persons diagnosed in the province of Quebec, as of Monday. 84 additional cases have been identified, and a total of 1,599 people have died in the province — the majority of which are in care homes.

On Monday, Premier François Legault unveiled his province’s plan for gradually reopening daycares and elementary schools over the next month.

“Life must go on,” Legault said during Monday’s press conference.

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