January. 8: The World Health Organization stated that in the central city of Wuhan, there were more than 50 cases of pneumonia in China, possibly due to a new member of the virus family causing fatal SARS and MERS outbreaks. On January 9, 11965, CCTV cited laboratory test results confirming a new coronavirus.
9: A 61-year-old man in Wuhan died of pneumonia. His new coronavirus test was positive and was considered the first death. He is a regular buyer of the city's seafood market-at this time, coronavirus patients are mainly sellers and buyers of the seafood market. Wuhan Municipal Health Bureau said that clear evidence of person-to-person transmission has not been found.
January. 13: A Chinese woman was isolated in Thailand, the first new case of coronavirus found outside China.
January. 20: China confirmed interpersonal transmission of medical staff in Guangdong Province after being infected.
January. 21: U.S. health officials report the country's first new case of coronavirus-an American resident who returned to Washington State after traveling in China.
January. 23: The WHO calls the coronavirus situation "an emergency in China", but did not declare " a public health emergency of international concern. " The name was created after the SARS outbreak in 2003 Five of them have been announced since 2009: swine flu, polio, Ebola virus, Zika virus and Ebola virus, which were announced again last summer. As the death toll approaches 20, China has imposed comprehensive restrictions on travel and public gatherings.
January. 24: The first three new cases of coronavirus in Europe have been confirmed in France.
January. 25: Authorities announce Canada's first case-a man traveling from Wuhan to Toronto. He was isolated at Sunnybrook Hospital.
Jan. 27: Canada's first wife becomes Canada's second case of new coronavirus.
January. She and her husband made a full recovery in the next few weeks. 28: The first case reported in BC, a man in his forties traveled to Wuhan for a business trip.
January. 30: WHO announces global emergency health events. Inside China, the virus has infected nearly 8,000 people and killed at least 170. It also produced 98 cases in 18 other countries.
Feb. 2: The Philippines says that a 44-year-old Chinese man was infected with the new coronavirus the first death outside China.
Feb. 5: A Diamond Princess cruise ship carrying 250 Canadians was isolated on the coast of Japan after the outbreak of a coronavirus  on a new type of ship was confirmed. After nearly two weeks, they were allowed to disembark and fly back to Canada for a two-week quarantine in Cornwall or to continue quarantine in Japan. More than 40 Canadian travelers were infected with the virus.
February. 7: Two aircraft transported 215 Canadian evacuees from the epicenter of the coronavirus on land in Wuhan, Canada. Passengers began a two-week quarantine at Trenton Air Force Base.
February. 11: The World Health Organization announces COVID-19 as the name of a disease caused by a new coronavirus, which is now officially called "Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2" or "SARS-CoV- 2 ", short for short. 19659002] February. 21: In South Korea, the number of coronavirus cases doubled to 204 overnight, almost all cases in Daegu and its surrounding areas, the country's fourth largest city.
An elderly man in the northern city of Padova was the first to die of Italian COVID-19. Italy also announced the first case of a coronavirus transmitted locally. An outbreak has occurred in the north of the country.
Iranian officials say the virus has spread to several cities through the country, killing 4 people
in February. 25: For the first time, new cases of COVID-19 reported outside China exceed those reported in Beijing. Despite a sudden increase in cases in Italy, Iran and South Korea, WHO head Tedros Adnan Gibriathos said the virus could still be contained and would not constitute a pandemic.
Feb. 27: Quebec reported the first presumed case of COVID-19, a woman from the Montreal area who recently returned from Iran.
Feb. 29: Washington state health officials report that the first patient died of coronavirus a male in his fifties who was in good health.
March 4th: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau creates a new Cabinet Committee in response to a confirmed new Canadian case outbreak of coronavirus a total of 33 cases. The World Health Organization now reports the estimated mortality of people infected with this new coronavirus
March 6: The chief public health officer of Canada suggests Canadians Avoid self-monitoring symptoms for 14 days after taking a boat tour and returning home from a trip. There are more than 50 cases of COVID-19 in Canada.
March 9th: Canada recorded the first COVID-19 death in a resident of a long-term care facility in North Vancouver in his 80s.
March 10: A plane landed in Trenton with Canadians on the Great Princess cruise ship. The plane was forced near the coast of Northern California after a corona virus broke out on board I've been idle for a few days.
March 11: Ottawa has zero patients, a man in his 40s who recently returned from Austria to work for the high-tech giant Ciena. The number of confirmed cases in Canada is 116, of which 42 are in Ontario.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu said COVID-19 could eventually infect 30% to 70% of Canadians. The Federal Liberal government announced a $ 1 billion aid package.
After the Utah Jazz player's COVID-19 test result was positive, the NBA suspended the rest of the season. US President Donald Trump has barred most European countries from traveling to the United States for 30 days. The WHO has declared a coronavirus outbreak as a global pandemic.
March 12th: Ottawa received a second confirmed case, a woman in her 40s returning from a trip to Italy. Ontario Prime Minister Doug Ford announced the closure of public schools from March 14 to April 5.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed that he and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau were in self-isolation after experiencing symptoms of coronavirus after traveling to the UK. Grégoire Trudeau tested positive and she became the third COVID-19 in Ottawa. Trudeau was asymptomatic and entered a state of self-isolation for 14 days.
The number of confirmed cases in Ontario reached 59, and the total national hit was 145. Outages and cancellations are growing backlog — NHL, MLB, Juno Awards, Ottawa St. Patrick's Day Parade, March Vacation Camp, and more.
Quebec Prime Minister Francois Legot canceled all indoor activities that attracted  more than 250 people .
March 13th: Ottawa's first COVID-19 assessment center opens on Brewer Arena for those with viral symptoms and recent international travel history or contacts with COVID-19 individuals. Queensway Carleton Hospital opened the night before to resolve the backlog of patients and closed the temporary driver's license testing facility used for COVID – 19 .
The government advises against basic travel outside of Canada and requires those returning from international travel to the country to perform self-isolation for 14 days.
The lower house and the senate were closed for five weeks to help prevent parliamentarians from promoting the spread of Satan COVID – 19 . Closing continues: National Museum, University of Ottawa, urban swimming pool and arena. Instruct all federal civil servants who can work from home to do so.
The number of confirmed cases nationwide reached 192. In Ontario, the total number is 79.
March 14th: Two new cases were confirmed by the Ottawa City Public Health Department, and the number of known COVID-19 cases in the city increased to five. Both new patients are self-isolated, but this is only their case.
A 30-year-old woman from eastern Ontario was also diagnosed and treated at the Glengarry Memorial Hospital. She is believed to have contracted coronavirus while traveling in the United States .
Gatineau's first COVID-19 test center opened at 135 St-Raymond Blvd. near Hull Hospital, for reference only. Quebec Prime Minister François Legault requires everyone over the age of 70 to stay at home until further notice.
The number of confirmed cases in Canada reaches 252 to 103 in Ontario.
March 15th: The number of confirmed cases in Canada doubled to 10 in Ottawa, and now assumes community transmission. The Ottawa Chief Medical Officer requires residents to stay at home and strictly restricts social gatherings of any kind.
In Quebec, Legot ordered the closure of parties such as bars, theaters, gyms and cinemas.
Ontario confirmed 145 of the 323 cases nationwide.
March 16. Ottawa added three newly diagnosed COVID-19 cases, bringing the city's total to 13 cases. There is no information other than the fact that they are self-separated
British Columbia has reported that three more people have died in the same long-term care home. The total number of confirmed cases in Ontario is 177, of which five have been resolved and the total number in the country now exceeds 400.
Trudeau announced that Canada will close borders to those except Canadian citizens or permanent residents, with the exception of U.S. citizens. Canadian travelers will be able to get financial assistance to help them return home. From March 18th, only four airports will receive international flights: Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal
The highest medical official in Ontario also recommends that all bars and restaurants be closed except for takeaway and delivery restaurants
Prime Minister Doug Ford announced that Ontario will introduce laws to protect workers working in isolation or self-isolation. The provincial finance minister said Ontario's budget will be delayed.
Ottawa's hospital announced visitor restrictions, and Ottawa's court suspended the High Court's proceedings.
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