Public health has updated the region’s data in connection to the pandemic. The Montreal metropolitan area has the unenviable role of having the most cases throughout the province.
With 42,171 known cases of the virus as of October 30, Montreal accounts for 40.1% of Quebec’s 104,952 total. Montreal also makes up 3,527 (56.6%) of Quebec’s 6,231 coronavirus-related deaths.
Montreal’s COVID-related death toll has increased by 29 individuals since October 15. The city has also announced 4,040 new cases since then.
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“Montreal is taking measures to protect the population from COVID-19,” the city’s website says. “These measures are changing as the situation evolves, which is why we are constantly monitoring its evolution.”
Santé Montreal, the city’s public health department, has updated its website, breaking down known cases per district. The agency says Montreal’s cases and deaths are continuing to stabilize.
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension reported the biggest increase, rising by 367 cases in two weeks. Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue had the smallest increase, confirming only two more cases since October 15.
Here’s how those cases look across the Montreal metropolitan area in descending order:
|District/Borough||Confirmed cases as of September 24 at 12 pm|
|Rosemont–La Petite Patrie||2,509|
|Territory to be confirmed||939|
Visit the Santé Montreal website and click on the “interactive map” tab for more in-depth stats grouped by age and gender.