COVID-19 cases near 200,000: Conservatives say Trudeau Liberals botching the second wave

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Canada’s COVID-19 caseload edged closer to the 200,000 mark on Sunday after a weekend in which Quebec had the majority of new infections and public health officials urged Canadians to remain united in their efforts to combat the pandemic. The country reported 1,827 new cases Sunday, for a total of 198,151 infections. Quebec accounted for 1,094 of those new cases, marking the third day in a row the province has had more than 1,000 infections. Quebec Health Minister Christian Dube tweeted that the number of hospitalizations in the province continues to rise and urged residents to “break the wave to slow this down” and “protect the most vulnerable.” Ontario reported the second-highest number of new cases Sunday at 658.

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