October 25, 2021

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COVID-19 Report: 2,038 new cases and 44 deaths

COVID-19 Report: 2,038 new cases and 44 deaths

Canada crossed 500,000 Kovid-19 cases on Saturday, with Quebec setting a new high.

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Quebec recorded 2,038 new cases, a new daily record. In total, there have been 173,839 infections and 7,714 deaths since the outbreak, of which 44 were additional on Saturday.

La Belle Province held 40,000 samples on Friday, which is also a peak, Health and Social Services Minister Christian Dubey said.

“40,000 tests: record! However, the cases are ongoing [d’augmenter], We all have a role to play in the making [diminuer] Cases: We need to limit our contacts, ”he shared on Twitter.

Pollution is highest in Montreal (625 cases), Monterogy (349 cases) and Quebec (219 cases).

Situation in Quebec as of December 19, 2020

  • 174,839 infected (+2038)
  • 7,715 deaths (+44)
  • 1005 hospitalized (-6)
  • 142 in intensive care (+1)
  • Now 149,245 have recovered
  • The total withdrawals made on December 4 were 42,136 to 4,522,761
  • A total of 4020 people were given 15 doses of the vaccine during the day yesterday

Case report by area

  • Boss-Saint-Laurent: 1161 (+7)
  • Cultivation – Lock-Saint-Jean: 6765 (+ 100)
  • Capital-National: 15 375 (+219)
  • Marisi-at-Center-du-Quebec: 8582 (+122)
  • Estree: 6626 (+129)
  • Montreal: 61 334 (+625)
  • Out Toys: 4197 (+21)
  • ABTB-Temiscomming: 310 (+5)
  • North Coast: 260 (+4)
  • Nord-du-Quebec: 61 (-)
  • Gaspace – Îles-de-la-Madeleine: 1523 (+6)
  • Chowder-Appalachians: 7055 (+125)
  • Laval: 14 142 (+110)
  • Lanadier: 13 526 (+120)
  • Laurentides: 9342 (+92)
  • Monterogy: 24 391 (+349)
  • Nunavic: 29 (-)
  • Terrace-Cries-de-la-by-James: 17 (-)
  • Outside Quebec: 139 (+3)
  • Area to be determined: 4 (+1)
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Total: 174,839 cases were confirmed

Report of deaths by area

  • Boss-Saint-Laurent: 24
  • Sagune – Lock-Saint-Jean: 190
  • Capital-National: 578
  • Marisi-at-Center-du-Quebec: 326
  • Estree: 121
  • Montreal: 3749
  • Out Toys: 97
  • ABTB-Temiscomming: 4
  • North Coast: 3
  • Northern Quebec: 0
  • Gaspace – Ols-de-La-Madeleine: 42
  • Chowder-Appalaches: 160
  • Laval: 738
  • Lanadier: 373
  • Laurentides: 348
  • Monterogy: 961
  • Nunavic: 0
  • Terrace-Cries-de-la-by-James: 1
  • Outside Quebec: 0
  • Area to be determined: 0

Total: 7,715 deaths

Canada has surpassed 500,000 cases

There were 501,594 infections in the country in the evening.

By December 4 we had surpassed 400,000 cases. It took just 15 days to add 100,000 other contaminants to the Canadian balance sheet, showing that the health crisis is intensifying, especially in the West.

There were 153,614 cases in Ontario after 2,357 cases were reported Saturday. Twenty-seven deaths were also added to a total of 4,125. Ontario, which conducted 67,200 tests on Friday, detected COVID-19 mainly in Toronto (665 cases) as well as in the Peel area. (428 cases), York (174), Windsor-Essex (170).

“The safest way to spend the holidays this year is to celebrate in person only with those you live with and virtually everyone,” Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott said on Twitter. If you live alone, think about celebrating exclusively with an extra home. ”

There were 1,352 additional infections in Alberta on Saturday, killing eight people. Saskatchewan had eight deaths along with 252, followed by Manitoba with 233 cases and nine deaths.

Newfoundland and Labrador (eight cases), New Brunswick (five cases), Nova Scotia (two cases) and Prince Edward Island (one case) also kept their columns until Saturday.

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In the evening, in addition to the 501,594 cumulative cases mentioned above (+6,248 cases), there were unfortunately 14,154 deaths (+114).

Situation in Canada:

  • Quebec: 174,839 cases (7,715 deaths)
  • Ontario: 153,614 cases (4,125 deaths)
  • Alberta: 88,933 cases (841 deaths)
  • British Columbia: 45,400 cases (724 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 22,630 cases (556 deaths)
  • Saskatchewan: 13,329 cases (115 deaths)
  • Nova Scotia: 1,445 cases (65 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 578 cases (8 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 380 cases (4 deaths)
  • Nunavut: 259 cases
  • Prince Edward Island: 91 cases
  • Yukon: 59 cases (1 death)
  • Northwest Territories: 24 cases
  • Canadian Returnees: 13 cases

Total: 501,594 cases (14,154 deaths)