Quebec reports back-to-back days of less than 700 new COVID-19 cases

Mar 9 2021, 4:15 pm

Quebec public health has reported less than 700 new COVID-19 cases in back-to-back days.

On Tuesday, the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux added 650 new coronavirus cases after reporting the province’s lowest increase since September 22 on Monday.

The province also added a dozen virus-related deaths to the provincial total, four of which occurred over the past day. Four deaths occurred between March 2 and 7, and three occurred earlier in March.

The number of hospitalizations has decreased by 14 since Monday, for a cumulative total of 576 across Quebec. Among these, the number of people in intensive care has increased by two for a total of 110.

Since Monday morning, 16,357 doses of vaccine were administered for a total of 581,028 across the province.

There are now 293,860 cases, 276,602 recoveries, 10,493 deaths, and 2,825,365 negative tests.

Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux

As of Monday, Quebec COVID-19 restrictions have been eased across the province. Last week, Quebec Premier François Legault announced that coronavirus cases have plateaued in the province. “There are no more increases in cases and hospitalizations,” said Legault.

As a result, the government has downgraded most regions in Quebec to orange zones.

As of March 8, gyms, restaurants, venues, places of worship, cinemas, theatres, and indoor sports activities will be able to reopen with eased COVID-19 restrictions.

The distribution of deaths in Quebec by age group is as follows:


The distribution of provincial cases per age group is as follows:

Canada’s COVID-19 death toll is now 22,276, along with 890,698 total cases.

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