Trudeau said in a rare speech to the United States: “We are on the verge of autumn, which may be worse than spring. “I know this is not the news that every one of us wants to hear. We cannot change today or even tomorrow. Number. These have been decided by what we did or not two weeks ago.
He said to the Canadians: “It is very likely that we will not meet for Thanksgiving, but there is still a chance at Christmas. We have the ability to control the second wave.” Again.
Canada’s Thanksgiving Day is October 12.
The exponential increase in new cases is now causing serious concern among public health officials, who are trying to avoid a second lockdown.
The Public Health Agency of Canada reported that the number of cases has nearly tripled in the past five weeks, with young people under 40 accounting for the majority of cases.
“Canada is at the crossroads of the Covid-1
The health agency reported on Thursday that the number of daily cases across the country continued to increase, with an average of 1,144 cases reported every day for the past seven days. The average was only 380 in mid-August.
Dr. Tan emphasized that Canadians can still prevent the virus from recurring quickly. “As I said, local public health authorities cannot do this alone, they must take personal action to prevent contact and limit the number of close contacts. This is not just a matter of resources, it is the reality of the current level of accelerated development. Growth.” She Said in a statement.
“Not time for austerity”
The Trudeau government and several provincial leaders said that targeted restrictions may be needed, but they worry that the second blockade may threaten the fragile economic recovery.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Trudeau government issued a “Throne Address” aimed at setting priorities for upcoming parliamentary meetings.
The prime minister outlined the pandemic’s mantra: “This is not time for austerity.” Trudeau pledged to create one million jobs for Canadians through a series of programs, including subsidized wages, skills retraining, and incentives for companies to hire new employees , Especially in the field of environmental protection.
In addition, Trudeau said that he will continue to provide income support for the unemployed, including making it easier to qualify for unemployment and providing new benefits for those who are not eligible.
He also promised to help provinces facing challenges to conduct tests, provide long-term healthcare for the elderly and reopen schools.