Your daily COVID-19 update: May 1

Welcome to our daily COVID-19 update. We’ll bring you the latest coronavirus news and stories about how Canadians are coping during these scary, uncertain times.

What’s happening across Canada? Newfoundland and Labrador, as well as Alberta released their plans for lifting restrictions Thursday. Alberta will let golf courses reopen as early as Saturday.

Manitoba is set to reopen a number of businesses, parks and golf courses on Monday. The businesses that will be allowed to reopen will have to implement plans for how they’ll follow physical distancing guidelines.

New rules also came into effect in Manitoba today that will prevent nursing home workers from being employed at more than one facility.

In Newfoundland and Labrador, families can now form two-household bubbles.

The Ontario government released guidelines for businesses to follow once they are allowed to reopen.

New Brunswick has now gone 12 straight days without a new confirmed case of COVID-19. Prince Edward Island has only had one case in the last two weeks.

Nunavut reported its first confirmed case on Thursday.

The country now has 53,236 confirmed cases, and 3,184 deaths from the disease.

Lift me up. If you haven’t already, check out the hairstyles of Hank, a Newfoundland dog, whose owners have been showing off his different ‘dos on Instagram every day during quarantine.

Stay safe.