The number of cases registered in the Quebec City area continues to be stable.
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In its report, which was updated Saturday morning, there were 123 new infections in Capitol-National, or 14 more cases than the day before. However, the number of cases registered in recent days shows stability in this area. As of April 28, 117 cases had been reported.
There are two new deaths in Capitol-National, where the total is at 1083.
To date, 31,247 infections, as well as 1,083 deaths have been counted.
In the Chowdhury-Appalachians, the cases are also stable (+104, 16,838). However, in the last seven days, another 11 deaths have occurred in this territory. To date, 324 people have lost their battle with COVID-19 in the region.
The number of Boss-Saint-Laurent cases has been declining (59 to 42 cases) and no new deaths have been reported in the last seven days.
The number of hospital admissions in the Capitol-National area has dropped (-9) in the last 24 hours, while in Chauders-Appalachచs another person has been hospitalized, with a total of 94 and 33 hospitalized.