DAY 28 - The COIVD-19 Daily Podcast with Dave Trafford
This is DAY 28 - FOUR FULL WEEKS since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s what you need to know on Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Last week it was Ontario. Today it was Quebec releasing its provincial projection model. The scenario suggests 1,263 to 8,860 Quebecers could die of COVID-19 by the end of April.
COVID-19 deaths in Quebec are currently at 150 but number of intensive-care patients remains stable
The Ontario government is calling for “all hands on deck” and is asking anyone with a medical background to step forward in an effort to fight the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York state recorded 731 new coronavirus deaths on Tuesday, marking its biggest single-day jump in fatalities since the COVID outbreak.
Harvard researchers suggest Intermittent physical distancing may be necessary until 2022
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is reported in stable condition Tuesday afternoon. He was admitted to the intensive care unit on Monday after his COVID-19 symptoms worsened. Hospital officials say Johnson is breathing on his own without a ventilator.
The condition of UK Prime Minister Johnson was top of mind for Justin Trudeau this morning.
The supply chain and the need to provide Canadian healthcare workers with vital equipment and protective gear was front and centre during Prime Minister Trudeau’s Tuesday briefing. Trudeau says there is a full press under way to develop and made-in-Canada solution to deliver 30 thousand ventilators.
Yesterday we told you that Ottawa and Washington had come to an agreement allowing 3M to deliver N95 masks to Canada from its US manufacturing facilities. But what does that mean in the weeks to come?
Guest: Yonah Budd. Co-Founder and Clinical Director of The Farm in Stouffville. Host of Straight Talk Live. Saturday and Sunday at 10pm.
181,000 Canadian small business owners now contemplating pulling the plug, putting 2.4 million jobs at risk.Guest: Laura Jones. Executive VP, CFIB.