In the last 24 hours 79 new cases have been identified. Quebec has 55 863 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
5 July 2020 11: 36
The Quebec down below 100 new cases
The canadian Press
Quebec is dropped below 100 new cases of COVID-19. According to data released Sunday by the ministry of Health, 79 new cases were recorded in the last 24 hours. Quebec has 55 863 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.
The authorities have reported eight deaths, seven of which occurred prior to the 27 June. This brings the balance sheet at 5574 since the beginning of the crisis.
The number of hospital admissions has continued to slide, going from 375 to 371 over the last 24 hours. A patient under the age is located to the intensive care unit, for a total of 26.
Less than 8,000 tests were carried out on 3 July.
The Montérégie seems to be the region most affected by new cases. There are 7908 cases, an increase of 55 compared to the day before. Eighteen cases were added on the island of Montréal, for a total of 27 417. There were 5833 cases in the region of Laval, an increase of seven.
We also have a 2048 event in the Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec, in 1859 in the National Capital, 968 in the eastern Townships, a total of 598 in the Outaouais region, 330 in the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean and 190 in Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine.
Number of cases in Canada
Up to now, there have been 105 534 cases confirmed or probable in the country as a whole. The COVID-19 has caused the death of 8674 Canadians.
Distribution of cases in the country, according to the most recent balance sheet provincial and territorial: 55 863 cases in Quebec, including 5574 death; 35 794 cases in Ontario, of which 2689 death; 8259 case in Alberta, including 155 deaths; 2947 case in British Columbia, including 177 deaths; 1064 case in Nova Scotia, including 63 deaths; 796 case in Saskatchewan, including 14 deaths; 325 cases in Manitoba, including seven deaths; 261 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador, including three deaths; 165 cases in New Brunswick, with two deaths; 30 cases in the Île-du-Prince-Édouard, of whom 27 were cured and 11 cases in the Yukon, all healed; five cases in the Territories-the North-West, all healed; a probable case in Nunavut.
These balance sheets provincial and territorial addition to the 13 cases, all cured, by the passengers repatriated from the cruise ship Grand Princess on march 10.