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Good evening, these are the top coronavirus headlines tonight:

Top headlines:

  1. Executive bonuses were up at Canadian long-term care home companies in 2021, the first full year of the pandemic
  2. ‘The pandemic housing boom is clearly winding down’: Economists are predicting a double digit drop in housing prices as the market retreats from its COVID-19 fury

In the past seven days, there were 412 deaths from COVID-19 nationally. At least 5,196 people are being treated in hospitals and 346 are in the ICU.

Canada’s inoculation rate is 13th among countries with a population of one million or more people.

Sources: Canada data is compiled from government websites, Johns Hopkins and COVID-19 Canada Open Data Working Group; international data is from Johns Hopkins University.


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