June 7, 2023

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Lewis was called to test the May 1 demonstrators who left on the bus

Lewis was called to test the May 1 demonstrators who left on the bus

These buses were reserved by bus operators with starting points in the Saint-Nicholas district of Lewis. About 48 people traveled in two chartered buses on the occasion., Specify cISS By press release.

The On May 1, thousands of demonstrators answered the call Quebec Debate organizers protest on the streets of Montreal, believed to be protesting against health measures High and unfair.

Therefore, in order to complete our epidemiological research and to contact all people who have contact with infected people, we have difficulty in obtaining information. This explains our appeal to all audiences, Adds Representative Genevieve Dionne cISS Chowder-Appalaches.

Ms Dion adds that the epidemiological situation in Booze has been a concern for the past few weeks. cISS.

We do not send them to jail, to complete epidemiological research and to obtain information to protect other people’s health.

A quote from:Genevieve Dion, Rep cISS Chowder-Appalaches

137 new cases in Chowder-Appalachians

The critical epidemiological situation in the Chowder-Appalaches continues, and the condition of the Capitol-National is improving day by day.

In the latest report on Friday, 137 new COVID cases were reported in the Chowder-Appalachచs area, an increase of 30 compared to the previous day. With a positivity rate of 5.79%, this is the worst result compared to the Quebec regions.

In this area, 996 people are still carrying the virus, 17 more than the day before. In addition, 7987 doses were vaccinated.

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Improvements in Capital-National

North of the river, the situation continues to improve. There were 56 new cases and no new deaths on Friday in Capitol-National.

We have to go back to March 23 to make a better assessment with 45 new cases.

In addition, 20,307 new vaccines were administered in the region.

With information from Mary Maude Pontbrand