Canada's top medical official says encouraged by slowing coronavirus toll
Sunday, 26 April 2020 Canada's top medical official said on Sunday she was encouraged the coronavirus death toll was slowing while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said isolation measures to fight the outbreak should remain for the time being.
Britain has a very long way to go in its attempt to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Officer for England, said at the government's daily coronavirus briefing on Monday. Health Minister Matt Hancock said the death toll rose past 21,000.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s bid to get Canada back on the United Nations Security Council was dashed Wednesday. Trudeau was humiliated. The UN dealt a decisive and embarrassing loss to him and his administration. India, Mexico, Norway and Ireland won temporary seats on the United Nations Security Council, which is the organization’s most powerful forum. Canada was resoundingly defeated in the first round of voting by much smaller Norway and Ireland.
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