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Quebec reports 890 infections, the lowest case count since November

Quebec reports 890 infections, the lowest case count since November
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Quebec public health is reporting a significant drop in new COVID-19 cases.

Earlier this morning, the province recorded 890 new cases, making it the first time the province has reported less than 1,000 new cases in a single day since November 3.

Unfortunately, 32 new deaths related to the virus were also reported, including 14 over the previous 24 hours.

As of this morning, the total number of hospitalized patients now stands at 1,144. The number of people in intensive care dropped by eight, for a total of 183.

The report comes as Quebecers wait for Premier François Legault to give an update on the current lockdown measures during his press conference tomorrow afternoon.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Quebec has reported 263,473 cases and 9,826 deaths linked to COVID-19.

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