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It’s day 139 since Canada’s 100th coronavirus case. The number of cases is 114,181 as of publication time, up 270 since yesterday—a 39 per cent decrease from the seven-day prior average of 442 new cases. At its peak on May 3, the seven-day average was 1,603 new cases a day.
Hey Google, find me an ergonomic chair: Alphabet staff won’t have to return to their offices en masse until at least July 2021, CEO Sundar Pichai said in a Monday memo. Outposts in 42 countries have already reopened, but in other places, like its Mountain View, Calif. headquarters, the company was forced to postpone an early July back-to-your-desks day to September as local COVID-19 caseloads rose.