Coronavirus Disease Update - March 24th, 2020
Work at home blog 2 and a day during which I find it rather difficult to concentrate. We all are afflicted and concerned and worried, some much more than others unfortunately. Everybody needs to be taken care of and looked after, a task and an obligation that involves and requires our concern for others.
Now, let's see what Montreal, Quebec and Canada have to say about what is presently our worst enemy. Cholesterol, diabetes, cancer even are cured, can be cured but not this very ugly, very coronavirus disease, at least not yet and not without a vaccine.
The symptoms are repeated over and over again. Here they are, one more time, in case you haven't written them or memorized them. People may experience runny nose, sore throat, cough, fever and difficulty breathing.
If it is the case, the number to call in Montreal is 514 644-4545 if you have symptoms, 211 if you have a problem and 811 if you are depressed. Elsewhere in Quebec the number is 1 877 644-4545, toll free. Outside Quebec you need to dial 418 644-4545 and charges may apply.
Stores that can remain open during Quebec’s partial three-week lock down as of this work at home blog 2 dated March 24, 2020.
"To the people who seem to think they’re invincible, you’re not." says Premier Justin Trudeau on Twitter and so does this work at home blog 2.
Today, I found it difficult to concentrate, There is so much information. Everybody is talking about it, writing about it. TV, radio, newspapers, the web, it's all over. It's normal, of course but, I'm looking for facts only from reliable sources only.
They exist of course but they're buried under tons and tons of information with new ones every second. So, as of March 24, 2020 the COVID-19 situation in Canada is as follows:
Why so many COVID-19 cases in our city and province and why the need for a work at home blog 2?
According to Quebec Premier François Legault, the main reason is probably the Spring Break that took place at an earlier date compared to other provinces. Quebecers returned home before the rest of the country.
Many went to popular US sun destinations, others to some of the most affected urban areas in the world such as Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City especially and Washington D.C.
Others still, the French mostly, took advantage of the Spring Break to go to France or to invite families and friends at a time when France was being considered the European epicenter of the pandemic.
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