Whether in Quebec or elsewhere on the planet, the COVID-19 pandemic has been disrupting our lives for nearly a year.
Here you will find all the news throughout the day related to this crisis affecting the population, governments and the economy.
The balance sheets
Case: 117 206 915
Dead: 2 601 409
Case: 890 696, whose 293 210 in Quebec
Death: 22,276, whose 10,481 in Quebec
HERE ARE ALL THE NEWS FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 9
3h30 | Russia strongly denounced Tuesday the remarks of an official of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) who compared the emergency authorization of the Sputnik V vaccine by certain European countries to “Russian roulette”.
3h00 | China has launched a digital passport for its citizens that will allow them to prove their health status when traveling to or from abroad and could help open up China’s borders further.
TO READ | One of the participants of the large family gathering of about thirty people in a sumptuous house in Mascouche finds it exaggerated to mobilize so many police officers for an illegal reunion.
TO READ | While the health region of Estrie officially switched to the orange zone, yesterday, several customers were euphoric to be able to find the gyms and restaurants in their region after several months of closure.
Photo Francis Pilon
1h00 | The morale of young Canadian adults has suffered much more from the effects of the pandemic than that of their older fellow citizens, reveals a new Léger poll.
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