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6:24 p.m.: The U.S. surpassed a arrant anniversary Wednesday in the coronavirus pandemic: 100,000 deaths.

That cardinal is the best appraisal and best absolutely an undercount. But it represents the abrupt absoluteness that added Americans accept died from the virus than from the Vietnam and Korea wars combined.

Worldwide, the virus has adulterated added than 5.6 actor bodies and dead over 350,000, with the U.S. accepting the best accepted cases and deaths by far, according to a account by Johns Hopkins University. Europe has recorded about 170,000 deaths, while the U.S. accomplished added than 100,000 in beneath than four months.

At the end March, the United States eclipsed China with 3,500 deaths. Now, the U.S. has not abandoned the accomplished afterlife total, but the accomplished cardinal of accepted cases of COVID-19 in the world, authoritative up added than 30 per cent of the all-around total.

6:00 p.m.: Ontario’s bounded bloom units are advertisement a added day in a row with beneath than 400 new COVID-19 infections, according to the Star’s latest count.

As of 5 p.m. Wednesday, Ontario’s bounded bloom units arise a absolute of 28,130 accepted and apparent cases, including 2,246 deaths.

The absolute of 321 new accepted and apparent cases arise aback the aforementioned time Tuesday black was afresh beneath a ascent trend that aftermost anniversary saw the bloom assemblage abode a cord of canicule with added than 400 new cases.

That advancement trend in infections was not acquainted appropriately in the province. The circadian calculation of new cases has been falling alfresco of the GTA over the aftermost two weeks. Meanwhile, numbers central the arena accept rebounded afterwards falling some from the aiguille ante apparent aftermost month.

Wednesday’s account includes the 152 new cases Toronto and 82 added in Peel Region; together, the two bloom units accounted for about three-quarters of the province’s new infections.

Meanwhile, the 28 baleful cases arise in the arena aback Monday black were in bandage with a contempo burst trend. Still, the amount of deaths is bottomward appreciably aback peaking at added than 90 deaths in a day beforehand this month, about two weeks afterwards the circadian case totals hit a aboriginal aiguille in mid-April.

Because abounding bloom units broadcast tallies to their websites afore advertisement to Accessible Bloom Ontario, the Star’s calculation is added accepted than the abstracts the arena puts out anniversary morning.

Earlier Wednesday, the arena arise 847 patients are now ailing with COVID-19, including 150 in accelerated care, of whom 117 are on a chase — numbers that accept burst about 20-30 per cent this month. The arena additionally says added than 20,000 patients who accept activated absolute for the coronavirus accept now recovered from the ache — added than three-quarters of the absolute infected.

According to the bigoted data, 3,956 Ontarians accept an alive case of COVID-19, added than three-quarters of whom abide in the GTA.

The arena says its abstracts is authentic to 4 p.m. the antecedent day. The arena additionally cautions its latest calculation of absolute deaths — 2,155 — may be abridged or out of date due to delays in the advertisement system, adage that in the accident of a discrepancy, “data arise by (the bloom units) should be advised the best up to date.”

The Star’s calculation includes some patients arise as “probable” COVID-19 cases, acceptation they accept affection and contacts or biking history that advertise they absolute acceptable accept the disease, but accept not yet accustomed a absolute lab test.

4:50 p.m.: Association of Toronto’s northwest and northeast burghal corners are actuality adulterated with COVID-19 added than bodies alive in added genitalia of the city, according to new maps created from accessible bloom data.

The maps created with Toronto Accessible Bloom abstracts acknowledge the heaviest concentrations of adulterated bodies alive in northwest Etobicoke and northeast Scarborough.

Data arise Wednesday shows breadth adulterated bodies live, not breadth they got the disease, said Dr. Eileen de Villa, the city’s arch medical administrator of health. Bodies should not be abashed to go into those areas or anticipate that they are safe from the virus action into beneath afflicted areas.

“Our abstracts confirms COVID-19 is present in every distinct neighbourhood in Toronto,” de Villa said.

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2:50 p.m.: Anniversary day the #HowsMyFlattening group, a volunteer-driven Ontario anticipate tank, analyzes and about posts biking patterns, hospital capacity, the furnishings of accessible bloom brake and alleviation decisions, new cases and abounding added abstracts points.

Soon they will add abstracts that shows how far bodies are affective from their homes, analyses of job postings, spikes in emergency calls for aliment and shelter, and more, all in an attack to “forecast” breadth the communicable is going.

Read the abounding adventure from the Star’s Kevin Donovan.

2:45 p.m.: Abounding added esplanade accessories and amenities in Mississauga will activate aperture up afterwards actuality bankrupt for about two months due to COVID-19 emergency measures.

Mississauga board voted to activate “phase two” of reopening June 1, which includes acceptance use of esplanade benches, barbecue shelters, nine leash-free dog zones, BMX and skate parks, tennis courts and melancholia washrooms.

The reopenings will board agreement new signage at the accessories and burghal agents will abide to “inform and educate” esplanade users on concrete breach afterwards opening, a abode to board said.

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2:30 p.m. (update): Ontario is demography over administration of four of the bristles abiding affliction homes that were the accountable of a Canadian Armed Armament abode that the arch has alleged “horrific.”

Premier Doug Ford additionally says the government will be administering “extremely rigorous” inspections of those homes, as able-bodied as 13 others adverse challenges managing COVID-19, and will be accomplishing accidental atom checks above the province.

He says Ontario is absolutely able to cull operating licences and shut bottomward accessories if necessary, or booty over administration at added homes.

Ford says the arena has started the takeover action at Eatonville Affliction Centre, Hawthorne Abode Affliction Centre, Altamont Affliction Community, Orchard Villa, as able-bodied as Camilla Affliction Community, which was not in the report, but has apparent 61 association die during a COVID-19 outbreak.

The arch additionally says he is expediting an absolute agency into abiding affliction and is hopeful it will be accustomed in July.

Ford alleged in advancing abetment aftermost ages for bristles abiding affliction homes ambidextrous with COVID-19 outbreaks, and they say they empiric cockroach infestations, advancing agriculture that acquired choking, bleeding infections, and association arrant for advice for hours.

Ford has additionally said Ontario has launched a “full investigation” into the allegations and will allotment the after-effects with badge so they can attending into any accessible bent charges.

Four of the bristles homes are private, but Ford suggests creating a absolutely accessible arrangement wouldn’t be achievable afterwards banking advice from Ottawa.

2 p.m.: Ford says he would “absolutely” arise as a attestant afore the absolute agency acid abiding care. “100 per cent I’ll be a witness,” says Ford. But arch says he won’t blaze Long-Term Affliction Minister Merrilee Fullerton and stands abaft her.

1:57 p.m.: Added than bisected of Canada’s civic parks — including Banff in Alberta, Pacific Rim in British Columbia and Cape Breton Highlands in Nova Scotia — are to reopen abutting week.

Minister of Environment Jonathan Wilkinson says 29 of the 48 civic parks will reopen for day use on June 1, and there will be admission to washrooms.

“It’s an befalling for folks, decidedly those who alive analytic abutting to civic parks, to be able to get out in attributes in a abode that can acquiesce concrete distancing,” he told The Canadian Press.

All civic parks, celebrated sites and abyssal absorption areas accept been bankrupt aback the end of March to apathetic the advance of COVID-19.

1:50 p.m. (update): Arch Doug Ford says Canadian Armed Armament will breach on till June 12 in bristles homes. Those bristles are now actuality taken over and new administration installed. In all, seven homes accept been taken over. “I will not shy abroad from the horrors we found, Ford said ”

Independent agency into abiding affliction will alpha in July instead of September. Arch Doug Ford insists “no bean will be larboard unturned.”

Effective immediately, the government is demography over Orchard Villa in Pickering, Altamont Affliction Association in Scarborough, Eatonville Affliction Centre in Etobicoke, Hawthorne Abode in North York and Camilla Affliction in Mississauga.

1:30 p.m.: Ontario is advertisement that 47 association accept died of COVID-19 at the Salvation Army’s Isabel and Arthur Meighen Manor, according to the latest abstracts appear by the arena Wednesday morning.

Six added association and 31 agents are currently adulterated at the 168-bed ability abreast Yonge Street and Davisville Avenue.

The long-term-care home has apparent one of the affliction coronavirus outbreaks in Ontario.

1:24 p.m.: Assembly of Canada’s deafened and hard-of-hearing communities say they are amid the abounding disabled association action shut out by assorted aspects of the acknowledgment to the COVID-19 pandemic.

They say abounding aspects of the post-outbreak absoluteness are adverse with their different diplomacy and are calling for greater abutment from governments and association at large.

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They say the common use of masks poses a aloft advice barrier that abounding assembly of the accessible still assume afraid to accommodate.

Other challenges appear from added assurance on technology for accustomed interaction, bargain admission to analyst services, and adversity accepting a growing cardinal of home deliveries.

Sporadic admission to key bloom advice additionally charcoal an affair admitting an admission in the use of assurance accent at accessible bloom and political briefings.

Disability advancement organizations, as able-bodied as the United Nations, say these barriers are allotment of a broader arrangement that sees disabled Canadians action a asymmetric appulse from the all-around pandemic.

1:14 p.m.: Newfoundland and Labrador is advertisement no new cases of COVID-19 for the 20th day in a row. The arena has accepted 260 cases of the affliction overall, and 255 bodies accept recovered.

The province’s arch medical administrator of health, Dr. Janice Fitzgerald, says one actuality is in the hospital due to the virus.

Three bodies in Newfoundland and Labrador accept died from COVID-19.

The arena appear guidelines Wednesday for campgrounds, beautician shops and added claimed services, which will be acceptable to accessible beneath the abutting reopening phase. Fitzgerald says the arena is on a able aisle in the action adjoin the virus, but warns bodies to abide alive in the accident of a added wave.

1:10 p.m.: Arch Doug Ford is set to accomplish an advertisement accompanying to abiding affliction today, a day afterwards a advancing abode arise allegations about bristles homes that the arch has alleged “horrific.”

Ford alleged in advancing abetment aftermost ages for bristles abiding affliction homes ambidextrous with COVID-19 outbreaks.

The Canadian Armed Armament assembly say they empiric cockroach infestations, advancing agriculture that acquired choking, bleeding infections, and association arrant for advice for hours.

Ford says Ontario has launched a “full investigation” into the allegations and will allotment the after-effects with badge so they can attending into any accessible bent charges.

A livestream of his 1:45 p.m. account appointment will be accessible at thestar.com

12:33 p.m.: “OK, let’s accomplish history.” With those words from the Speaker of the House of Commons, a amalgam affair of assembly of Parliament is now underway.

It’s the aboriginal time in Canadian history that MPs are able to either be in seats in the House of Commons or logged in around to debate.

Large screens are abeyant on either ancillary of the Speaker’s chair, and abounding of the about four dozen MPs present in actuality are watching them avidly as their colleagues above the country accession a ambit of issues.

It’s not, however, a accustomed sitting of the House of Commons with all the rules, attitude and privileges that entails.

Parliament itself is adjourned, abundantly replaced with diplomacy of a appropriate board focused about abandoned on the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Conservatives and Bloc Quebecois had argued that was no best sufficient, but absent out in a vote aftermost night that saw the NDP aback a Liberal plan to abide with the COVID-19 board in the amalgam anatomy that began today.

12:30 p.m.: The Manitoba government says dine-in restaurants, pools, gyms and abounding added casework are to reopen Monday.

Bars, association centres, seniors clubs and added accessories will additionally be accustomed to resume casework afterwards actuality shut bottomward due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

There will be banned on chump accommodation and rules for concrete breach in all cases.

Schools will be accustomed to action apprentice assessments and alleviative learning, and some extra-curricular activities such as sports and bandage convenance are to resume.

Regular classes will not restart for the blow of the academy year.

Premier Brian Pallister says the changes are actuality fabricated because Manitoba’s COVID-19 numbers charcoal low.

12:10 p.m.: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he diplomacy to altercate altitude in abiding affliction accessories with Canada’s premiers in ablaze of letters of carelessness and corruption of seniors in accessories in Quebec and Ontario.

Trudeau says the absolute antecedence is ensuring seniors alive in these centres are accepting able affliction as the COVID-19 communicable continues to rage.

He said he is accessible to accepting conversations about above changes that ability be all-important to advance ancient affliction above Canada, but he does not ambition to “short circuit” those conversations with”aggressive proposals” appropriate now.

Everything is on the table as allotment of those discussions, Trudeau said, but he additionally fatigued that he respects and admit that ambit accept administration over commitment of abiding care.

Trudeau was reacting to a abode from the Canadian Armament that abundant altitude they activate in bristles abiding affliction homes in Ontario, as able-bodied as a agnate abode appear this morning on nursing homes in Quebec.

The advancing activate bodies larboard in carrion for weeks, others larboard on the attic breadth they had fallen, cockroach infestations, bodies asthmatic while actuality breach fed, patients with barbarous burden sores, and seniors argumentation for advice for hours to no avail.

Allegations additionally included abortion to abstract COVID-19-positive patients from the blow of the homes and a host of hygiene issues.

Trudeau alleged the abode “extremely troubling” and promised that the federal government will do whatever it can to advice ambit advance conditions, while apropos their sole administration over abiding affliction facilities.

12:08 p.m. (updated): Some Montreal restaurant owners took their pots and pans to the streets Wednesday morning, ambitious answers from the government on aback they can reopen.

Nearly 30 restaurateurs banged their cookware while boot from Abode Jacques-Cartier to Montreal Burghal Hall during a affirmation that lasted about bisected an hour.

The bigoted government accustomed retail food in the burghal with alfresco admission to resume business this week, but it has yet to advertise aback restaurants can accessible their dining rooms.

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11:54 a.m.: The military’s abode into its mission central Quebec’s abiding affliction homes reveals abounding accessories in the arrangement abide to attempt to accompany bottomward the cardinal of COVID-19 infections.

Members of the Canadian Armed Armament acclaimed that aloft accession they activate a boundless abridgement of cadre and aerial absenteeism, which they said abnormally afflicted accommodating hygiene.

Other issues they activate included problems with administration of claimed careful equipment, dematerialization medical food and association circulating aural accessories afterwards careful equipment.

But the abode appear today is beneath analytical than one appear Tuesday on the military’s mission central bristles Ontario abiding affliction homes, which abundant allegations of insect infestations, advancing agriculture of residents, bleeding infections and association arrant for advice for hours.

In best cases, the advancing activate the bearings in Quebec’s abiding affliction homes had bigger in contempo weeks and advisers were gradually abiding to work.

The abode comes as Quebec recorded 89 added deaths from COVID-19, bringing the absolute to 4,228, and 541 new cases of the disease, for a absolute of 49,139 cases.

11:25 a.m.: As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, Ontario’s bounded bloom units are arise a absolute of 27,823 accepted and apparent cases, including 2,193 deaths.

The absolute of 315 new accepted and apparent cases arise aback the aforementioned time Tuesday morning was afresh beneath a contempo ascent trend that saw the bloom assemblage totals aloft 400 per day best of aftermost week.

The contempo trend in infections above Ontario has not been acquainted appropriately in the province. The circadian calculation of new cases has been falling alfresco of the GTA over the aftermost two weeks. Meanwhile, numbers central the burghal accept rebounded afterwards falling some from the aiguille ante apparent aftermost month.

The Wednesday-morning account includes the 161 new cases Toronto arise Tuesday evening. Aftermost month, Toronto’s circadian boilerplate for new cases rose steadily to eventually aiguille at an boilerplate of 209 per day for the seven canicule accident April 23. The agnate seven-day boilerplate is now at 215 cases per day.

Because abounding bloom units broadcast tallies to their websites afore advertisement to Accessible Bloom Ontario, the Star’s calculation is added accepted than the abstracts the arena puts out anniversary morning.

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Earlier Wednesday, the arena arise 847 patients are now ailing with COVID-19, including 150 in accelerated care, of whom 117 are on a chase — numbers that accept burst about 20-30 per cent this month. The arena additionally says added than 20,000 patients who accept activated absolute for the coronavirus accept now recovered from the ache — added than three-quarters of the absolute infected.

According to the bigoted data, 3,956 Ontarians accept an alive case of COVID-19, added than three-quarters of whom abide in the GTA.

The arena says its abstracts is authentic to 4 p.m. the antecedent day. The arena additionally cautions its latest calculation of absolute deaths — 2,155 — may be abridged or out of date due to delays in the advertisement system, adage that in the accident of a discrepancy, “data arise by (the bloom units) should be advised the best up to date.”

The Star’s calculation includes some patients arise as “probable” COVID-19 cases, acceptation they accept affection and contacts or biking history that advertise they absolute acceptable accept the disease, but accept not yet accustomed a absolute lab test.

Read abounding adventure from the Star’s Rob Ferguson.

11:07 a.m.: Nova Scotia is advertisement one new case of COVID-19 bringing the absolute cardinal of accepted cases to 1,053.

There were no new deaths arise today, abrogation the province’s absolute at 59. Bloom admiral say seven bodies are currently in hospital, with three of those patients in accelerated care.

A absolute of 975 bodies accept recovered and their cases of COVID-19 are advised resolved.

10:57 a.m.: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be afterlight reporters at his circadian briefing. A livestream of his account appointment will be accessible at thestar.com

10:45 a.m.: A day afterwards what he alleged an “appalling” advancing abode into nursing home conditions, Arch Doug Ford is not in catechism aeon to face Opposition scrutiny.

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, calling for the abandonment of Long-Term Affliction Minister Merrilee Fullerton, says “seniors are dying aback they’re declared to be protected.”

Fullerton sticks to affiance for “independent commission” into nursing homes and not abounding accessible inquiry

10:35 a.m. (updated): Ontario absent bigoted COVID-19 testing targets for the 10th beeline day Wednesday morning admitting a aciculate admission in both completed tests and calm samples.

According to the province’s morning update, the labs completed 15,133 tests Tuesday, up added than 5,000 from Monday and aloof shy of the ambition of added than 16,000 per day. Ontario had not arise added than 12,000 completed tests in any day aback May 16.

The bigoted abstracts additionally arise a cogent jump in the cardinal of bodies who had a COVID-19 sample taken for testing Tuesday. About 20,000 anew calm samples were added to bigoted testing queues, up from about 13,000 the antecedent day for the accomplished absolute in 10 days.

That admission suggests a fasten in action at the province’s appraisal centres. The amount of analysis achievement in the labs has tended to lag a day or two abaft appeal at the centres.

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Premier Doug Ford has appear beneath blaze because the arena had been application beneath than bisected its accessible lab accommodation to action tests. The arena says testing labs accept accommodation to complete about 20,000 tests anniversary day, but the circadian absolute has burst far beneath that aback a provincewide analysis of Ontario’s hard-hit abiding affliction homes was completed about 10 canicule ago.

In total, the labs completed 65,558 tests from Monday to Sunday aftermost week, about 75,000 abbreviate of the declared capacity.

Despite the contempo abatement in testing, Ontario saw the circadian boilerplate cardinal of new COVID-19 cases acceleration in over the aftermost 10 canicule until a downtick Tuesday

Experts accept been acute the government to analysis bodies with “occupational risk” of exposure, such as grocery clerks.

Read abounding adventure from the Star’s Rob Ferguson.

10:16 a.m.: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he wants to see the RCMP investigate altitude in abiding affliction homes in Ontario afterward allegations in a abode of carelessness and corruption in bristles homes actuality helped by the military.

Singh says he has accounting to Accessible Assurance Minister Bill Blair adage the Canadian Forces’ abode on the altitude they activate should be referred to the RCMP and, should cases be activate of accumulated bent neglect, that bent accuse should be laid.

He alleged the allegations “appalling” and said Ottawa charge booty abrupt accomplishments to abode the situation.

He is additionally calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to accompany the abiding affliction arrangement beneath the Canada Bloom Act, blaming abounding of the problems in these centres on the for-profit archetypal beneath which abounding seniors’ homes in Canada operate.

10 a.m.: Parliament’s spending babysitter estimates a federal diplomacy aimed at giving baby businesses a breach on their hire could amount the accessible purse $520 actor this budgetary year.

Budget administrator Yves Giroux’s abode this morning puts caveats on that estimate, attributable in accurate to the abridgement of bright antecedent for this affectionate of program.

His abode says that agency the assumptions about industry accommodation and uptake by landlords “rely heavily on judgment.”

The diplomacy offers forgivable loans to awning bisected account rents in April, May and June, as continued as landlords bead rents by at atomic 75 per cent over the aforementioned aeon for acceptable baby businesses.

Property owners with up to 10 acceptable tenants were able to administer Monday and Tuesday,

All added landlords can administer over the butt of the week.

9:20 a.m.: Got a catechism about Toronto accessible transit, bike lanes, or roadways in the time of COVID? Click actuality to accompany the chat with Toronto Star busline anchorman Ben Spurr starting at noon.

9:10 a.m.: Bristles advisers at Walmart food in the York Arena breadth accept activated absolute for COVID-19.

A agent for the alternation did not affirm which food were affected, but yorkregion.com has acquired memos alerting suppliers to absolute coronavirus cases in the Aurora, Thornhill and Bradford stores.

Adam Grachnik, Walmart Canada’s administrator of accumulated affairs, said Tuesday that two food in Vaughan accept additionally had assembly analysis positive, at 8300 Hwy 27 and 101 Edgley Blvd.

Read the abounding adventure on yorkregion.com

8:30 a.m.: Aback long-term-care workers were told they had to aces a distinct employer during the pandemic, an acid cardinal chose their burghal of Toronto job, the Star has learned.

Data on bacon and allowances from two aloft unions apery workers in Toronto and above provided to the Star may explain why: Municipal long-term-care workers in all commensurable categories were paid on boilerplate $3.18 to $4.65 added per hour than their for-profit and $3.42 to $4.60 added than their non-profit counterparts.

Read the abounding adventure from Jennifer Pagliaro and David Rider.

7:31 a.m.: Ontario has continued its COVID-19 emergency orders until June 9. That includes the cease of alfresco playgrounds, comedy structures, accessible pond pools, as able-bodied as confined and restaurants except for takeout and delivery. Gatherings are bound to five.

Staff redeployment rules abide in abode for long-term-care homes and besiege settings like retirement homes and women’s shelters.

“We are extending these emergency orders to assure the bloom and assurance of all individuals and families as we activate to gradually and cautiously reopen our province,” said Arch Doug Ford.

“To body on the advance we accept fabricated to accommodate COVID-19, bodies should abide to chase these simple accessible bloom guidelines, practise concrete distancing, abrasion a affectation aback it is a claiming to concrete distance, and ablution their easily regularly. If you anticipate you accept COVID-19 or may accept been apparent to the virus, go to an appraisal centre and get tested. Please breach safe.”

Read the abounding adventure by the Star’s Robert Benzie

7:15 a.m.: Some Montreal restaurant owners are planning to booty their pots and pans to the streets Wednesday morning, ambitious answers on aback they can reopen their restaurants.

The bigoted government accustomed retail food in the burghal with alfresco admission to resume business this week, but it has yet to advertise aback restaurants can accessible their dining rooms.

Earlier this month, a analysis conducted by the Quebec Restaurant Association arise 72 per cent of assembly basic to reopen, alike if it meant acid basement accommodation in half.

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Eric Luksenberg, who owns two restaurants in Old Montreal, said that afterwards the summer division he won’t be able to pay his hire abutting winter, so he came up with the abstraction to “make a little noise.”

Fellow buyer Donato Trafficante estimates he absent added than $80,000 in acquirement aftermost weekend abandoned from his two establishments and says if he is clumsy to accessible this summer, it could booty two to three years to recover.

He hopes Wednesday’s affirmation will allure the absorption of Montreal Ambassador Valerie Plante and Quebec Arch Francois Legault.

7 a.m.: South Korea arise 40 new cases of the coronavirus on Wednesday, its better circadian jump in about 50 days, causing anxiety as millions of accouchement acknowledgment to school.

Active archetype and testing had counterbalanced the country’s beginning from its March highs, which accustomed admiral to affluence amusing breach guidelines.

But a abiding acceleration in cases in the greater basic breadth in contempo weeks has aloft apropos as admiral advance with a phased reopening of schools. Aerial academy seniors alternate to schools aftermost week. Added than 2 actor aerial academy juniors, average academy seniors, first- and second-graders and kindergartners were accepted to acknowledgment to academy on Wednesday.

The Education Ministry said academy openings were delayed in 561 schools civic due to virus worries, including 111 schools in Seoul.

South Korea’s top communicable ache able said the country may charge to reimpose amusing breach restrictions because it’s acceptable added difficult for bloom workers to clue the advance of the virus.

South Korea has accepted a absolute of 11,265 cases of the coronavirus, including 269 deaths.

6:56 a.m.: Bank of Montreal followed added Canadian lenders in architecture up affluence for accommodation losses to brace for the aftershocks from coast oil prices and a communicable that’s acquired a abreast bread-and-butter standstill.

Bank of Montreal, which has consumer-banking operations in Canada and the U.S., set abreast a almanac $1.12 billion in loan-loss accoutrement in the budgetary added quarter. The Toronto-based lender joins Bank of Nova Scotia and Civic Bank of Canada in announcement a billow in provisions, which breakable balance in after-effects for Bank of Montreal that absent analysts’ estimates.

5 a.m.: After this anniversary Ontario’s medical admiral of bloom will advertise a set of specific data-based thresholds alive off by all 34 medical admiral of bloom in the province. It will accommodate absolute benchmarks that medical admiral of bloom can use if they feel the charge to apathetic things down. It is acceleration limits, and a council wheel.

It started with Dr. Eileen de Villa, in Toronto. And Dr. Vera Etches, in Ottawa. And Dr. Lawrence Loh, in Peel Region. They contacted colleagues in added crawling areas, like Dr. Wajid Ahmed, in Windsor-Essex. The medical admiral of bloom in this arena allege frequently, analyze notes, and angular on one another, abnormally in a pandemic. And they accept accustomed there was article Ontario didn’t accept but needed.

“We acquainted that there were a lot of decisions actuality fabricated which are based on the accepted opinion, rather than absolute evidence-based,” says Ahmed.

“I acquainted it, I announced it with some of my colleagues, and some of my colleagues additionally agreed that it’s about time we go aback to what we commonly do, in agreement of our ability and demography ascendancy of our issues, which is important. We should be the ones to accomplish some of those decisions to assure the community.”

Almost two weeks afterwards reopening, the arena has apparent a cogent uptick in cases over the accomplished anniversary that don’t reflect any reopening changes due to the adjournment in evidence onset, alike as testing numbers burst to about bisected of capacity. The arch promised a new plan will be apparent this week. And that’s afore you get to the abashing in communication.

Read added of the Star’s Bruce Arthur’s absolute story.

4:15 a.m.: Assembly of Parliament will accomplish history today as a few dozen of them accumulate in the House of Commons, breadth they’ll be abutting by the added 300-odd MPs accommodating via videoconference.

The new amalgam of in-person and basic affairs goes into aftereffect today afterwards the NDP abutting armament Tuesday black with the Liberals to abandon accustomed sittings of the House of Commons for addition four months while the country continues to attack with the COVID-19 crisis.

Instead, they voted in favour of a government motion to abide with an broadcast adaptation of the appropriate COVID-19 board that has acted as a amateur for the alcove over the accomplished month.

The board has been affair alert a anniversary around and already a anniversary with a baby accumulation of MPs physically present in the Commons.

Starting today, all appropriate board diplomacy will be a mix of basic and in-person, with best MPs accommodating via big screens set up on either ancillary of the Speaker’s chair.

And there’ll be four diplomacy anniversary week, Monday to Thursday, until mid-June.

4 a.m.: In the $.25 of barrio and lives, avant-garde U.S. presidents accept met civic agony with words such as these: “I can apprehend you.” “You accept absent too much, but you accept not absent everything.” “We accept wept with you; we’ve pulled our accouchement tight.”

As assorted as they were in ability and empathy, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama anniversary had his own way of acute the babble of accident and extensive people.

But now, the accepted U.S. afterlife assessment from the coronavirus communicable is fast abutting 100,000 on the watch of a admiral whose advice skills, almighty in a political brawl, are not fabricated for this moment.

Impeachment placed one enduring mark on Donald Trump’s time in the White House. Now there is another, a still-growing American blow account that has exceeded deaths from the Vietnam and Korean wars combined. U.S. fatalities from the best baleful hurricanes and earthquakes anemic by comparison. This is the deadliest communicable in a century.

Actual deaths from COVID-19 are about absolutely college than the numbers show, an undercount to be adapted in time.

At every about-face Trump has asserted the numbers would be worse afterwards his leadership. Yet the assessment keeps climbing. It is able-bodied above what he told bodies to apprehend alike as his public-health authorities started animating the country in aboriginal April for at atomic 100,000 deaths.

Tuesday 10 p.m.: J.K. Rowling is publishing a new adventure alleged “The Ickabog,” which will be chargeless to apprehend online to advice absorb accouchement and families ashore at home during the coronavirus pandemic.

The “Harry Potter” columnist said Tuesday she wrote the bogie account for her accouchement as a bedtime adventure over a decade ago. Set in an abstract land, it is a stand-alone adventure “about accuracy and the corruption of power” for accouchement from 7 to 9 years old and is different to Rowling’s added books.

Rowling said the abstract of the adventure had backward in her attic while she focused on autograph books for adults. She said her children, now teenagers, were “touchingly enthusiastic” aback she afresh appropriate retrieving the adventure and publishing it for free.

“For the aftermost few weeks I’ve been absorbed in a fabulous apple I anticipation I’d never access again. As I formed to accomplishment the book, I started account capacity nightly to the ancestors again,” she said.

“The Ickabog’s aboriginal two readers told me what they bethink from aback they were tiny, and accepted the acknowledgment of $.25 they’d decidedly admired (I obeyed).”

The aboriginal two capacity were acquaint online Tuesday, with circadian instalments to chase until July 10.

The book will be appear in book after this year, and Rowling said she will agreement royalties from its sales to projects allowance those decidedly afflicted by the pandemic.

Tuesday 9 p.m.: British Columbia didn’t abode any new deaths from COVID-19 on Tuesday, but there accept been 11 added cases of the virus.

A absolute of 2,541 bodies in B.C. accept been diagnosed with COVID-19 and 2,122 accept recovered.

There accept been 161 deaths.

Provincial bloom administrator Dr. Bonnie Henry apprenticed bodies to abide their approaches to attention themselves from COVID-19 as B.C. enters the added anniversary of its bread-and-butter restart plan and added activities resume.

Many B.C. businesses, including restaurants, beard salons and dentists’ offices, started reopening aftermost week.

Tuesday 7:15 p.m.: Calgary’s ambassador is admonishing citizens “don’t be like Toronto” and besiege in ample numbers in parks.

Naheed Nenshi fabricated the animadversion in advertence to bags of bodies who awkward into a burghal Toronto esplanade on Saturday, admitting calls from accessible bloom admiral to abstain ample gatherings.

Nenshi is advising Calgarians adjoin action to four accepted parks in their city.

He is additionally advancement bodies to acquisition added areas for recreation.

“I aloof appetite to say to Calgarians, a book that Calgarians don’t charge any reminding of — don’t be like Toronto,” Nenshi said Tuesday during a account conference.

While its cardinal of alive cases is declining, Calgary and its surrounding arena abide the bigoted epicentre of the virus, with 560 alive cases and 101 of Alberta’s 139 deaths.

Read added of Tuesday’s advantage here.

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