Quebec again surpassed 100 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, for the first time in two weeks.
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Thus, since the beginning of the pandemic, 103 additional infections have been reported, for a total of 376,519 cases worldwide. No further deaths have darkened the portrait of Quebec, which killed 11,235 people.
The number of hospitalizations decreased (72, -5), while the number of occupied intensive care beds remained unchanged (21).
For the first dose of vaccine, results were the same as the day before, with 82% for those 12 years and older. For the second dose, we reached 55%.
Ontario reported 135 new cases and four more deaths on Wednesday, bringing the data to 548,609 patients and 9,300 deaths to date. Hospital admissions decreased (139, -6), as well as pressure in intensive care units (145, -4).
Other provinces have adjusted their columns of numbers: British Columbia (78 cases), Saskatchewan (53 cases), Manitoba (44 cases and 1 death), Alberta (81 cases), Nova Scotia (7 cases), and Yukon (6 cases).
New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador and the Northwest Territories have not detected any new cases in the past few hours.
Situation in Canada:
Ontario: 548,609 cases (9,300 deaths)
Quebec: 376,519 cases (11,235 deaths)
Alberta: 232,956 cases (2,318 deaths)
British Columbia: 148,641 (1,763 deaths)
Manitoba: 57,269 cases (1,166 deaths)
Saskatchewan: 49,525 cases (575 deaths)
Nova Scotia: 5,880 cases (92 deaths)
New Brunswick: 2,346 cases (46 deaths)
Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,437 cases (7 deaths)
Nunavut: 657 cases (4 deaths)
Yukon: 534 cases (6 deaths)
Prince Edward Island: 208 cases
Northwest Territories: 128 cases
Total: 1,424,715 (26,512 deaths)