Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared visibly upset as he pleaded with Canadian provinces and cities to do more to fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. “We are seeing record spikes this morning across the country, so I urge the premiers and the mayors to please do the right thing: act now to protect public health,” Trudeau said in a press conference on Tuesday. Canada recorded 4,622 new coronavirus cases on Monday, breaking the previous record of 4,471 set three days earlier. Countries across the northern hemisphere are experiencing a second wave of the virus as falling autumn temperatures bring people indoors where the virus spreads more easily. Canada is faring better than many of these nations, however, as many experience new cases in the tens of thousands in recent days.