There have been 49 more cases of COVID-19 reported in Quebec, bringing the provincial total to 54,884. Seven more fatalities were also reported, and the death toll in the province now stands at 5,424.
It’s the lowest number of new daily cases since March 21, as Quebec continues to see improvement in its COVID-19 situation.
There are 515 who are in hospital due to COVID-19. Fifty-six people are in intensive care.
Ontario reports first casualty under 20 years old
A total of 33,853 people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in Ontario as of Tuesday as 216 more people were identified by the province. 29,107 cases are considered resolved.
Ten people were also reported to have died from COVID-19 in the last 24-hour reporting period, bringing the provincial death toll to 2,619. One of the most recent casualties was a female under the age of 20; it’s the first death due to COVID-19 under age 20 in the province. She tested positive for the virus on June 20.
Chinese scientists have developed a neural signal analysis system with memristor arrays, paving the way for high-efficiency brain-machine interfaces, according to Tsinghua University.