A recent Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) survey found that Canadians (and particularly French-speaking Quebecers) are more comfortable sending their kids back to school next month than their American counterparts. Both approved of mandatory masks in schools.
The Pavillon Camille-Lefebvre long-term care home in southwest Montreal houses some of the patients most vulnerable to succumbing to a pandemic, including 18 who live on ventilators full time, but as COVID-19 swept through Montreal's nursing homes like a seemingly unstoppable force, the home achieved a rare feat: not a single positive case, much less any COVID-19 deaths.
Quebec public health officials announced Saturday that 59,458 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the province since the start of the pandemic and 5,678 people have died due to the novel coronavirus.
As countries tentatively begin to relax lockdown restrictions in bids to revive their economies, many questions remain about the novel coronavirus and its effect on people. Here are 10 major questions about the virus that are still unanswered.