Quebec Report Decreased Cases of COVID-19 in the Last Seven Days


For the first time since fall, Quebec reported dropped new cases of COVID-19 are below 600. The total hospitalization has fallen to 592, in which 107 people are in intensive care and seven reported death related to the virus.

That is the lowest hospitalization since November 15, when the province had announced 591 hospitalizations, including 87 in intensive care. In the latest test, 707 people have tested positive for the virus.

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Quebec has reported 292 631 cases of COVID-19; out of this, 272, 059 have recovered from COVID-19. In the last seven days, the daily average has increased to 699. Quebec Institute of Public Health has 7 100 active cases of COVID-19, which is a drop by 114.

In Quebec, four regions reported cases of COVID-19, which include 329 in Montreal, Monteregie 89 cases, and Laval 85 new cases. The vaccination campaign is still ongoing in Quebec is continuing, where 548 136 have been vaccinated.