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CERB今日开启申领通道 特鲁多称已有24万人成功申领



“Whatever your situation' Trudeau said, 'we are working to get you the help you need”


总理贾斯汀·特鲁多(Justin Trudeau)表示,今天早晨联邦政府启动“加拿大紧急救济金”的最初几个小时内,有24万人成功申请。 只有在前三个月出生的人才能在今天申请加拿大紧急救济金。 这项福利为失去全部收入的人支付每周500加元的补贴。 特鲁多说,该计划的变更即将推出,以为那些工作时间已经减少但仍在工作的人提供帮助。 特鲁多说:“无论您遇到什么情况,我们都在努力为您提供所需的帮助。”

周一,安大略省报告了309例新的COVID-19病例,其中包括13例死亡。 现在,全省共有4347例,其中1,624例已治愈。 在过去的24小时中,新案件增加了7.7%,但已治愈的案件数量跃升了37%以上。 当被问及加拿大在隔离方面的最新情况时,特鲁多说,从国外返回加拿大的任何人都必须遵守强制性隔离令。他说,他们必须直接从机场回家,并居家隔离14天。他说,官员们正在跟进这些人,特别是推定的高风险案件。特鲁多说,当局有信心人们会遵守命令。 外交部长弗朗索瓦·菲利普·香槟(Francois-Philippe Champagne)说,乘坐珊瑚公主号邮轮的加拿大乘客将在接受健康检查后今天返回家中。 他在一条推文中表示,未表现出COVID-19症状的加拿大人将被允许在佛罗里达下船,并由荷兰美国公司包机。 这位部长说,他们将在抵达后再次接受检查,并且必须遵守14天的强制性自我隔离期。 保守党领袖安德鲁·谢尔(Andrew Scheer)呼吁政府增加慈善捐赠的税收抵免。 他说,这将有助于增加对医院,教堂,食品银行,妇女庇护所和其他有价值组织的慈善捐款。 谢尔还希望政府立即取消对私人公司股票和房地产的慈善捐赠的资本利得税。 他说,尽管许多企业都在苦苦挣扎,但一些企业仍在蓬勃发展,应该鼓励它们支持慈善事业。 哈利法克斯警方说,他们在周末因违反该省的《健康保护法》和《紧急状态管理法》而发出了39张罚单。

这意味着自3月22日该省宣布进入紧急状态以来,哈利法克斯地区警察共发放了47张罚单。 根据《紧急情况管理法》,大部分罚款是发给禁区的人的。 截至东部时间今天下午12:07,加拿大确诊和推定的COVID-19病例的最新数量。

2020年4月6日: 加拿大有15,821例确诊和疑似病例。 -魁北克:7,944例确诊(包括94人死亡,464例治愈) -安大略省:已确认4,347人(包括132人死亡,1,624人治愈) -艾伯塔省:已确认919例(包括23例死亡,279例已治愈) -不列颠哥伦比亚省:确认1,203人(包括38人死亡,673人治愈) -新斯科舍省:确认262(包括已治愈的53人) -萨斯喀彻温省:249例确诊(包括3例死亡,67例已治愈) -纽芬兰和拉布拉多:217例确诊(包括1例死亡,28例已治愈) -曼尼托巴省:187例确诊病例(包括2例死亡,17例已治愈),16例疑似 -新不伦瑞克省:101宗已确认(包括28宗已治愈) -爱德华王子岛:确认22项(包括6项已治愈) -境外返还加拿大:13人已确认 -育空地区:已确认6项(包括已治愈的4项) -西北地区:4个已确认(包括1个已治愈) -努纳武特:没有确诊病例 -总数:15,821(疑似347,已确认15,474,包括293死亡,已治愈3,244)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says 240,000 people successfully applied for emergency relief amid the COVID-19 pandemic in the first few hours after the federal government opened the process this morning.

Only people with birthdays in the first three months of the year can apply for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit today.

The benefit offers $500-a-week payments for workers who have lost all their income.

Trudeau says changes to the program will come soon to offer help for people whose hours have been slashed but who are still working a little.

“Whatever your situation” Trudeau said, “we are working to get you the help you need.”

On Monday, Ontario reported 309 new COVID-19 cases, including 13 additional deaths.

There have now been a total of 4,347 cases in the province, including 1,624 resolved cases.

The new cases represent a 7.7 per cent increase in the past 24 hours, but the number of resolved cases jumped by more than 37 per cent.

Asked for an update on quarantining efforts in Canada, Trudeau said that anyone returning to Canada from abroad is subject to a mandatory quarantine order. They have to go straight home from the airport, he said, and stay home for 14 days. He said officials are following up with such people, especially presumed high-risk cases. Trudeau said authorities are confident that people are following the orders.

Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Canadian passengers on the Coral Princess cruise ship will be headed home today, after undergoing a health screening.

Champagne says in a tweet that Canadians who don’t show any symptoms of COVID-19 will be allowed to disembark the ship in Florida and get on a flight chartered by Holland America.

The minister says they’ll be screened again upon arrival and subject to the mandatory 14-day self-isolation period.

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is calling on the government to increase the charitable donation tax credit.

He says this would help increase charitable contributions to hospitals, churches, food banks, women’s shelters and other worthy organizations.

Scheer also wants the government to immediately remove the capital gains tax on charitable donations of private company shares and real estate.

He says although many businesses are struggling, some are still thriving and should be encouraged to support the charitable sector.

Halifax police say they issued 39 tickets on the weekend for violations of the province’s Health Protection Act and the Emergency Management Act.

That means Halifax Regional Police have handed out a total to 47 tickets since the province declared a state of emergency on March 22.

The majority of the fines were handed to people in prohibited areas under the Emergency Management Act.

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 12:07 p.m. on April 6, 2020:

There are 15,821 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.

— Quebec: 7,944 confirmed (including 94 deaths, 464 resolved)

— Ontario: 4,347 confirmed (including 132 deaths, 1,624 resolved)

— Alberta: 919 confirmed (including 23 deaths, 279 resolved), 331 presumptive

— British Columbia: 1,203 confirmed (including 38 deaths, 673 resolved)

— Nova Scotia: 262 confirmed (including 53 resolved)

— Saskatchewan: 249 confirmed (including 3 deaths, 67 resolved)

— Newfoundland and Labrador: 217 confirmed (including 1 death, 28 resolved)

— Manitoba: 187 confirmed (including 2 deaths, 17 resolved), 16 presumptive

— New Brunswick: 101 confirmed (including 28 resolved)

— Prince Edward Island: 22 confirmed (including 6 resolved)

— Repatriated Canadians: 13 confirmed

— Yukon: 6 confirmed (including 4 resolved)

— Northwest Territories: 4 confirmed (including 1 resolved)

— Nunavut: No confirmed cases

— Total: 15,821 (347 presumptive, 15,474 confirmed including 293 deaths, 3,244 resolved)

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