Quebec’s new positive COVID-19 cases remained high Sunday, with the province reporting 965 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours.
During the same period, six people died due to the disease, in addition to 15 people who died between Oct. 25-30. Two deaths also occurred before Oct. 25, while three deaths were reported at an unknown date, according to Quebec public health officials.
Quebec has now reported 106,981 positive COVID-19 cases, and 6,272 deaths due to the disease since the pandemic began.
There are now 9,220 active cases in the province, according to Quebec’s Institute of Public Health.
The number of people receiving treatment in the province’s hospitals decreased by seven since Saturday, with a total of 496 people now hospitalized. Of those, 84 people are in the intensive care ward, an increase of two.
Quebec reported that 912 more people have recovered from the disease. That total is now 91,488.
Health-care professionals analyzed 22,553 samples Oct. 30. (Quebec releases its testing data from two days prior to its daily updates).
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