May 22, 2022

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First phase completed: Quebec | The vaccine was given in 3070 doses in COVID-19 | News | The sun

First phase completed: Quebec |  The vaccine was given in 3070 doses in COVID-19 |  News |  The sun

Therefore, the number of people vaccinated in the city of Quebec in the first phase is practically double that of Montreal, the only area in Quebec to receive Pfizer / Bioentech vaccine doses. In the metropolis, 1,646 people were vaccinated by 11 a.m. Sunday, according to information provided by the health ministry.

In Quebec, other vaccines are expected to be “coming soon” and then operation CHSLD will continue at Saint-Antoine and at the University Institute of Mental Health in Quebec. CIUSSS de la Capitol-National u Soleil wrote on Saturday that the second phase would begin “early next week”.

“The next dose of the vaccine will be mainly used to vaccinate residents of the psycho-geriatric unit of CHSLD and IUSMQ and workers who work directly with these residents, give second dose to people who have been vaccinated for the first time” Added in email.

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Of the 147 new cases confirmed on Sunday, the number of those infected in Capitol-National rose to 15,522 since March. In addition, there were three deaths in addition to the 578 that occurred since March, for a total of 581 people.

In the last seven days, 1,315 cases were confirmed (an average of 187 new cases per day). A slight decrease from the 6th week of December to 12, with 1,381 new cases a week (an average of 197 new cases per day).

However, according to data from the National Institutes of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ), Capitol-National has the second-highest number of cases per 100,000 residents. With an active case rate of 291.1, the area lags behind Laval, with an active case rate of 292 per 100,000 residents.

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At the time of this writing, the average area across Quebec is 213.2.

In the case of Chowdhury-Appalachians, who are due to be vaccinated this Monday at St-Georges Hospital and the Paul-Gilbert Center, the daily toll has dropped to more than 100 new infections in 24 hours, with 94 additional announced. A total of 7,149 people were infected with the virus in the region.