COVID-19: 3,283 Quebecers hospitalized | JDM

The number of Quebecers hospitalized due to COVID-19 stands at 3,283, including 273 patients in intensive care.

The province is adding 33 deaths to its toll, bringing the total to 12,799 since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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– 835,630 people infected (+5,141)*

– 12,799 deaths (+33)

– 3283 people hospitalized

*265 entries

*285 outputs

– 273 people in intensive care

*20 entries

*12 outputs

*The number of cases listed is not representative of the situation, since access to screening centers is restricted to priority clienteles

More than 90 additional deaths in the country

More than 90 deaths linked to COVID-19 have been added to the balance sheets of Ontario and Quebec in the past 24 hours.

More encouraging, the number of hospitalized patients continued its slow decline with 3,283 beds occupied by infected patients, 12 less than the day before. The situation remained fairly stable in intensive care with 273 infected patients, down two.

Additionally, 5,141 new cases have been officially diagnosed with PCR tests, a number that underestimates the true rate at which the Omicron variant of COVID-19 is spreading.

The situation is similar in Ontario, where 56 deaths and 5,833 cases were reported on Sunday.

As in Quebec, the number of patients remained relatively stable in intensive care with 604 infected patients, up four. The number of hospitalizations fell by 229 to reach 3,797 occupied beds, a number probably underestimated since several Ontario hospitals do not provide all their data on weekends.

On the Atlantic side, New Brunswick has reported 545 infections and two deaths, while Nova Scotia has had 503 new cases and Newfoundland and Labrador 361.

Prince Edward Island has mourned its sixth death to date, in addition to announcing 209 more cases.

Status in Canada

  • Ontario: 996,665 cases (10,968 deaths)
  • Quebec: 835,630 cases (12,799 deaths)
  • Alberta: 466,616 cases (3,429 deaths)
  • British Columbia: 308,079 cases (2,529 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 114,021 cases (1,492 deaths)
  • Saskatchewan: 107,842 cases (972 deaths)
  • Nova Scotia: 34,687 cases (128 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 26,010 cases (209 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 15,166 cases (30 deaths)
  • Prince Edward Island: 6,183 cases (6 deaths)
  • Northwest Territories: 4,680 cases (14 deaths)
  • Yukon: 2,849 cases (16 deaths)
  • Nunavut: 1,358 cases (5 deaths)
  • Repatriated Canadians: 13 cases
  • Total: 2,919,666 cases (32,597 deaths)
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