The coronavirus outbreak has hit a nursing home in Bobcaygeon, Ont. Abigail Bimman has all the details on that outbreak. Mike Armstrong takes a look at the coronavirus situation in Quebec, which has about half of Canada’s confirmed cases. We also take a look at the details on the federal government’s plan to assist large businesses and non-profits.
South of the border, Florida is concerned about the Zaandam cruise ship that is headed its way. Meanwhile, a third of the Washington-State choir now has COVID-19 and two members have died.
Crystal Goomansingh talks to an expert in the U.K. who says the outbreak is slowing down in that country, and Prince Charles is out of self-isolation.
Jackson Proskow has an update on the dire situation in New York City while Jeff Semple takes a look at whether that could happen in Toronto.
Heather Yourex-West has a look at the ethical dilemmas posed by two patients, but only one ventilator. And Eric Sorensen looks at how different demographics deal with physical distancing.