"The prime minister will continue to fully assume his duties and will address Canadians tomorrow (Friday)", his office said. He also said doctors are contact tracing to people that have been in close contact with Grégoire Trudeau.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks to West Block on Parliament Hill after a news conference in Ottawa, on March 11, 2020.
Canada has recorded a single death - an elderly nursing home resident in B.C. - among more than 140 confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19, which mostly produces mild or moderate symptoms such as fever and cough.
Grégoire Trudeau visited London last week, where she delivered a speech.
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Approximately 14% experienced severe disease and 5% were critically ill, reports the World Health Organization (WHO ). Clayton confirmed that numerous deaths are in cases affecting the very old and very young individuals.
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By Friday around noon, 101,700 people around the world have been confirmed, at some point, as having coronavirus (COVID-19). Officials report that the woman has not been in contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 and she has not travelled.
Five new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed by the HSE
Beijing is increasing measures to limit the disruption to businesses as economic impacts widen across the globe. As financial markets dived again, repercussions from the virus also rattled livelihoods in the real economy.
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs also questioned whether it was "prudent" for the country's leaders to gather in one spot. Trudeau spoke with US President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
"Their advice is for me to limit contact with the public until I am feeling better", he said on Twitter.
Ontario has announced 17 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number in the province to 59.
He says Canada has been fortunate so far but the country needs to be prepared for all scenarios.
Home to more than 7 million people, NSW is Australia's most populous state, and Chant said models suggested 5% of the state's population - some 350,000 people - would need hospital treatment as a result of coronavirus.
Trudeau, 48, held several meetings over the phone on Thursday, including with the special cabinet committee on COVID-19, his office said, and also spoke with the leaders of Italy, the USA and Britain.
The measure will be mandatory for all government employees.
Of the more than 127,000 people who have been infected worldwide, more than 4,700 have died.