The latest data from public health is reporting 402 new cases of COVID-19 in Quebec, bringing the total number of infections in the province since the beginning of the pandemic to 412,364.
There are currently 5,266 active cases in the province. According to public health, 395,709 people have recovered from the virus.
Six new deaths were reported Monday, bringing the total number of deaths in Quebec to 11,398.
Hospitalizations were down by two compared to the day before for a total of 290, and 88 patients are in intensive care, no change from the previous day.
Regarding vaccinations, 6,026 Quebecers received a first dose of vaccine on Monday, and 3,978 people in the province received their second dose.
Right now, 89.6 per cent of the eligible population 12 and over has received at least one dose of vaccine, and 85.9 per cent of the eligible population is considered adequately vaccinated.
Looking at the situation nationally, the most recent data on the government of Canada website shows 44,691 active cases across the country. Of those, Alberta is hardest hit at the moment with 20,215 active cases reported as of Oct. 1. The province currently has 1,066 hospitalizations, and 263 patients in intensive. Care. On Sept. 16 Alberta declared a state of public health emergency.