- There were 586 new cases of COVID-19 in Quebec and no new deaths on Monday. Three other deaths occurring between September 14 and September 19 have also been reported, and one has been dropped from the total because the total is not attributed to COVID-19. Since the outbreak, there have been 68,128 Confirmed cases and 5,804 deaths.
- The hospital had 148 patients (an increase of 10), of which 30 were in intensive care (a decrease of one). Here is one Guide to numbers.
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Quebec on Monday reported 586 new cases of COVID-19, the highest daily increase since May.
Residents of Montreal and Quebec are being urged to reduce their social activities to a minimum and face new sanctions as the regional government seeks to curb the rise in COVID-19 cases.
The two largest cities in Quebec and the Chowder-Appalach ప్రాంతంs area south of Quebec City have been placed on “moderate alert”.
This is the orange or second highest alert level under the province’s color-coded COVID-19 warning system.
Montreal Mayor Valerie Plante and City Public Health Director Dr Mylene Drouin will present the update at 11am
Quebec recorded 462 new Kovid-19 cases on Sunday and 427 new cases on Saturday.
The province has not seen a daily increase since the end of May. Hospitalizations are on the rise and are now at 138, up from 124 a week ago.
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What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
- New or worsening cough.
- Difficulty in breathing.
- Loss of smell without nose without nose.
If you think you may have COVID-19, the government will ask you to call 1‑877‑644‑4545 to schedule an appointment at the screening clinic.
Quebec government reminders to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
- Wash your hands often.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Wear a mask or face mask When physical distance is not possible. Wearing a mask is mandatory in enclosed public spaces throughout the province.
- Stay at least two meters away from other people as much as possible.
- 14 days of self-loneliness after returning from living outside the country.