WE Charity only organization capable of running COVID-19 volunteer program: PM

WE Charity only organization capable of running COVID-19 volunteer program: PM

"Some of the control measures though will probably help to at least keep the rates the same as they are".

At the time the study was conducted, no deaths in long-term care facilities had been reported in Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island and the territories. Two LTC residents have since died in New Brunswick.

"There needs to be a fundamental reprioritization, focusing attention and resources, time and effort into the sector right away".

"Which means it makes it more hard for all of us to support our older Canadians with equal and consistent access to the services that are necessary, based on their care needs at their age". The program is aimed at encouraging students to volunteer in the fight against COVID-19.

Canada has recorded total around 102,000 cases till date, including nearly 65,001 recovered patients and around 8,484 deaths.

As well, the federal government launched the "I Want to Help" Platform on Thursday.


The CFS is calling on the Federal Government to implement a benefit that will be available for all students-international and domestic.

Ottawa's offer comes as calls multiply for a national response to chronic problems in long-term care homes. So it is them that. have failed to support our seniors.

"The federal government continues to show that despite the fact that worldwide students contribute billions of dollars to the economy each year, they are deemed not worthy of the same support as their domestic counterparts", Sofia Descalzi, national chairperson of the CFS, said in the same release.

Spain, for example, saw a lower percentage of its pandemic deaths in long-term care than Canada did - but because Spain's total death toll up to May 25 was much higher (26,834 to Canada's 6,566), its number of pandemic deaths in long-term care was much higher as well (17,730 to Canada's 5,324). "So the people that understand it, they look at it, they read it and I just don't think it's fair, the percentages".

Canada also ranks last behind Spain (66 percent), Israel and Norway (58 percent), Ireland (56 percent), Belgium (50 percent), France (48 percent) and the United States (31 percent).

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