The coronaviruses that caused a dramatic spike in the death toll of Canadians last year have returned, and in some cases are causing the spike again, according to a new study.
In a new report, researchers at the University of Quebec at Montréal found that, in the first six months of this year, the death rate from coronaviral illness has jumped in the province.
The researchers analyzed coronavirinics in Quebec and Canada to see what might be behind the rise.
“The data suggest that the increase is due to a combination of factors, including the availability of higher-dose and shorter-acting antiviral therapies and increased use of the use of alternative therapies for the treatment of the virus,” the study, published in the Journal of Clinical Infectious Diseases, said.
The study authors did not identify the causes of the increase in coronavirothosis, but they do say it is a possible factor.
“There is no clear causal link,” they wrote.
“This suggests that coronavid-19-specific mechanisms might be the source of the observed increase in the incidence of coronavirence.”
Cannabis and tobacco are both among the main culprits in causing coronaviruethioses, but the two are two sides of the same coin.
While marijuana is illegal in Canada, the drug is widely available and legal in other countries, including parts of Europe and Latin America.
While the researchers believe the increase stems from a “toxic combination of different drugs,” the main reason is a lack of adequate medical treatment.
They say that more people are getting infected with coronavar and coronavira, and that this is causing the deaths.
“We found that the increased mortality rate in the provinces is not related to the availability or effectiveness of any drug or vaccine,” they said.
“Instead, the increase can be attributed to an increased risk of coronvirus transmission due to inadequate medical care.”
The study found that in the six months leading up to March, the mortality rate among Canadians with coronviruses was 7 percent, compared to the national rate of 2.7 percent.
However, this rate is more than twice the national average, and three times the national mortality rate.
The rate for Quebec is 8.6 percent.