COVID-19: slight decrease in hospitalizations
Quebec reports 10 fewer hospitalizations due to COVID-19, for a total of 1,446 people currently hospitalized in Quebec hospitals.
The province mourns seven new deaths. The human toll of the COVID-19 pandemic in Quebec has now reached 13 981 deaths.
In the last 24 hours, four people have also left intensive care, bringing the number of people to 94 currently admitted to these units in Quebec.
In addition, with regard to new infections, 845 new cases are reported in the province. On the other hand, 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
|Change since the previous day|
|Montreal Heart Institute||7||+1|
|Montreal Sacred Heart Hospital||44||– 2|
|Montreal General Hospital||27||+2|
|Jewish General Hospital||58||0|
|St. Mary's Hospital Center||40||-1||Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital||57||-3|
|The Montreal Children's Hospital||13||+1|
|Montreal Neurological Hospital||6||0|
|Royal Victoria Hospital||32||0|
|Lakeshore General Hospital||15||-2|
|Santa Cabrini Hospital||21||-1|
|University of Montreal Hospital Center||48||0|
Government of Quebec
New relaxations in effect today ;today
Further relaxations of health measures are in effect today. In particular, teleworking is no longer mandatory and the gradual return to hybrid mode is suggested. Wearing a mask is also no longer mandatory in the workplace. In addition, food consumption is now possible in dining rooms and rest rooms, without physical distancing.
In addition, bars, restaurants and casinos may now close at 1 a.m., but food and beverage service must still end at midnight.
Dancing and karaoke are unfortunately still prohibited in establishments.
Further relaxations will follow on March 14, including the lifting of the capacity limit in bars and restaurants.