For the holiday, Quebec wanted to report less than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases per day, but this was their admission to the province’s 1,000 hospitalized. The province on Thursday reported 1,855 new cases of Kovid-19 and 22 deaths, with the number of people being hospitalized rising rapidly.
Currently, 1002 people have been hospitalized due to the epidemic. This is 154 more than last week. Of these, 134 were in intensive care.
Health Minister Christian Dubey did not hide his concern. “We have now reached 1,000 hospitals. That means hospital capacity in hospitals in some areas is crucial. It is up to each of us to follow the instructions that need to be followed. [baisser] Admission to the hospital. ”
The 22 new deaths reported on Thursday were below average. Over the past week, Quebec has recorded an average of 36 deaths per day. Of these, nine occurred in Capitol-National నే. The number of recent deaths in the Quebec City area is particularly high, with 56 deaths last week.
Estrey condemned the five deaths. Chowdhury-Appalach ,s, two of the Laval and Lanadier regions, one each of the Monterogy and Marisi-center-du-Quebec regions.
The 1,855 new cases reported on Thursday came in at a daily average of 1,815 last week. Keep in mind that the Quebec goal is to go less than 1000 per day.
Laval is currently reporting more cases per resident. With 173 new cases on Thursday, the city had an average of 36 new cases per 100,000 residents. This is followed by the island of Montreal, with 561 cases reported on Thursday rising to 29 per 100,000 residents.
Quebec reported on Wednesday that it had given 969 doses of the vaccine to a total of 2,582 people since the campaign began.
In terms of tests, there were 38,486 Tuesdays for a total of 4.4 million since the outbreak began.
Meanwhile, Ontario recorded new record cases on Thursday – 2,432 cases. According to Damasha, Quebec continues to bring in more. The French-speaking province reports an average of 214 new cases per million residents, compared to 141 for its neighbors.
However, this is in Alberta, where the trend is higher: 363 cases per million population.