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Quebec reports lowest daily COVID-19 increase since December 11

Quebec reports lowest daily COVID-19 increase since December 11
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Quebec reported the province’s lowest daily COVID-19 increase in over a month. Health officials reported 1,634 new cases of COVID-19 Monday morning which includes “about 200” cases that were supposed to have been included in Sunday’s update.

Unfortunately, thirty-two new deaths were also reported, including nine over the past 24 hours.

Montreal Island was responsible for 646 of today’s cases and 11 of the deaths.

As of Sunday, there were 1,491 people hospitalized because of COVID-19 across Quebec. Intensive care numbers increased by two, for a total of 217.

Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 244,348 known cases in the province, and 9,087 Quebecers have died from COVID-19.

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