Quebec sees 67 new COVID-19 cases as hospitalizations remain stable
Quebec recorded 67 new cases and no new deaths as the COVID-19 pandemic’s grip loosens on the province.
Since the last report, 99,987 doses of the novel coronavirus vaccine have been administered. More than 8.8 million shots have been given during the immunization rollout.
Anyone who wants to move up their booster shot can do so online as of Tuesday. Health Minister Christian Dubé announced that the interval between doses has officially been cut in half to four weeks.
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Meanwhile, the number of pandemic-related hospitalizations continued to drop. There are 102 patients in total, which remains unchanged from the previous day. The number of intensive care patients also stayed stable at 27.
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The latest screening information shows that 11,843 tests were given Sunday.
Since the beginning of the health crisis, Quebec has seen 375,262 cases and 11,218 deaths. There have been more than 363,000 recoveries to date.
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