Prime Day Golf, Fitness & Sports Deals 2020: Early Treadmill, Exercise Bike, Nike & Adidas Apparel, Golf & Gym Equipment Sales Identified by Save Bubble

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Amazon Prime Day 2020 researchers at Save Bubble have shared the latest early sports and fitness deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020, featuring deals on golf apparel and equipment, stationary bikes, treadmills, ellipticals, running shoes, sportswear and more. Check out the full range of deals in the list below.

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Amazon Prime Day 2020 discounts last for a certain length of time. Save Bubble earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

Prime Day gives shoppers an exciting opportunity to take advantage of a huge number of deals across Amazon’s broad range of products.

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More restrictions for Ontario after record-high 732 new cases; 182 school infections identified in Quebec

On Friday, Oct. 2, jurisdictions around Canada reported 2,124 new cases of COVID-19, 90 fatalities and 1,264 recently recovered patients. The updates increase Canada’s active case count by 791, leaving 15,657 currently infected individuals nationwide.

Along with announcing a backlog of 74 deaths, Ontario reported a record-high 732 new cases of COVID-19. The increase led to Premier Doug Ford imposing new restrictions for the entire province, as well as specific rules for Ontario’s three hotspots.

In Quebec, there were 1,052 new cases, the most since early May. In addition, 182 new cases were identified in schools across Canada’s worst-hit province, with 65 learning institutions (K-12) reporting their first case of COVID-19.

In Manitoba, the active count case has reached 652, as a concerning trend continues to develop in the province’s capital. On the West coast, British Columbia announced 161 new cases of COVID-19, the second most in a 24-hour stretch

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