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https://avalanches.com/ca/montral__mayor_valerie_plante_teases_the_residents_with_summer_covid19_plan_t182396_29_04_2020

Mayor Valerie Plante teases the residents with summer COVID-19 plan

The weather of Montreal city is turning pleasant day by day, rendering the fascinating feeling of the arrival of summer. Mayor Valerie Plante teased the summer COVID-19 plan on Tuesday that will offer a wonderful and cheerful time in the city with all precautionary measures amidst pandemic. Planet gave a brief description of the plan under which they will worm with public spaces of the like parks to get ready for the day camps and other activities for the residents.

Planet recounted the Montrealers to maintain two-metre distance outside their homes and said that people could enjoy the summer in the park near to their houses. She also advised the citizens to make use of face coverings.

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https://avalanches.com/ca/montral__montreal_city_is_preparing_for_the_reopening_the_city_of_montreal_wi182395_29_04_2020

Montreal city is preparing for the reopening.

The city of Montreal will back into general positive in spite of being hardly struck by coronavirus disease. It is believed that the city will reopen after three weeks in order to stabilize the economy of Canada. Mayor Valérie Plante said that she is happy that the city has given priority to the economy. The city has to plan to get at right condition before reopening, she added.

The majority of coronavirus cases in Canada is from Quebec. Currently, there are 26,594 cases of coronavirus confirmed in Quebec with a nationwide total to 50,393. The city of Montreal has surpassed 10,000 cases of COVID-19 this week. Premier François Legualt is focusing on the elements required to be optimized before reopening of businesses.

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https://avalanches.com/ca/montral__police_launched_an_investigation_after_31_deaths_in_montreal_nursing_117578_19_04_2020

Police launched an investigation after 31 deaths in Montreal nursing home.

A Montreal nursing home has been accused of leaving elderly patients without food and care when the caregivers fled after the reports of 31 deaths. The coronavirus outbreak is turning a deadly face towards the nursing homes and long term care residence of the country. Half of the fatalities in the country due to COVID-19 comes from these long-term care home.

The negligence of the Residence Herron, in the Montreal suburb of Dorval, has made the police to launch an investigation against these old-age care centres. The health officials have found elderly people in a miserable condition. These people are highly ignored by the authority and left to die.

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