COVID-19: decrease of more than forty hospitalizations in Quebec

COVID-19: reduction of more than 40 hospitalizations in Quebec

Quebec reports a reduction of 42 hospitalizations due to COVID-19, for a total of 1139 people currently bedridden in hospitals.

As for intensive care, the province recorded a decrease of one person, for a total of 31 people admitted to these units.

The government report, however, lists seven new deaths on this new day. The human toll of the COVID-19 pandemic has now reached 15 427 deaths in Quebec.

As regards new infections, 711 new cases have been reported. However, it should be noted that the number of cases listed is not representative of the current situation, since access to screening centers is reserved for priority clienteles.

Active hospitalizations in Montreal

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Hospital Hospitalizations
active
Change since the previous day
Montreal Heart Institute 8 0
Montreal Sacred Heart Hospital 17 +1
Montreal General Hospital 15 -2
Jewish General Hospital 46 0
St. Mary's Hospital Center 50 -2
Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital 35 -1
Verdun Hospital 8 +2
CHU Sainte-Justine 8< /td>

0
The Montreal Children's Hospital <5 0
Montreal Neurological Hospital <5 +1
Royal Victoria Hospital 19 0
LaSalle Hospital 6 +1
Lakeshore General Hospital 14 0
Lakeshore General Hospital Lachine 5 0
Fleury Hospital 6 0
Jean-Talon Hospital 10 0
Santa Cabrini Hospital 17 0
University of Montreal Hospital Center 36 0
Notre-Dame Hospital 17 0

Quebec Government

Lifting of the state of emergency in Quebec

< p>The state of health emergency is officially lifted in the province. The Minister of Health and Social Services, Christian Dubé, made the announcement on Wednesday.

“Although the virus is still present, the epidemiological situation has greatly improved in recent weeks. in Quebec. Thus, our government, with the adoption of the bill and as it had promised to do, lifts the state of emergency”, he affirmed.

The state of’ emergency was first declared on March 13, 2020. Since then, it has been renewed for more than 26 months.

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