Recent News on COVID-19 Advances in Canada (All Time East): 11:10 am Quebec today recorded 1,367 new COVID-19 cases and 46 additional deaths related to the virus, including 14 in the last 24 hours.
Recent News on COVID-19 Advances in Canada (All Time East):
Quebec today recorded 1,367 new Govt-19 cases and 46 additional deaths related to the virus, including 14 in the last 24 hours.
The number of hospital admissions has dropped from 54 to 1,163 in the last 24 hours, according to public health officials. The number of people in intensive care has dropped to 201 from the previous day.
Of the total 238,143 doses, 2,086 doses were given on Friday, according to the Department of Health.
Quebec has received 238,100 doses of vaccines from the federal government, but says it has been able to administer more because some vaccine bottles have an extra dose.
Ontario reports 2,063 new cases of COVID-19
Another 73 people were killed in the province.
As of Saturday, 1,000-273 people had been hospitalized with Covit-19, of which 353 were in intensive care and 216 on ventilators.
According to provincial data, 9,373 COVID-19 vaccines were administered in the last 24 hours.
Quebec Premier Franோois Legalt says he plans to announce changes to Quebec’s COVID-19 regulations on Tuesday.
Legalt wrote in a Facebook post on a Saturday morning that he hoped the situation could ease some of the restrictions, especially around retail stores, if allowed.
Legalt wrote that the changes would take effect after February 8.
Businesses labeled “essential” across Quebec have been closed since December 25, and the province has been under curfew since January 9 from 8pm to 5am.
This report of the Canadian edition was first published on January 30, 2021.
The Canadian Press