Three days in a row over 1000 cases in Quebec

Record Staff

Quebec reported over 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 for the third straight day on Sunday, reporting 1,079 new cases of COVID-19 after having reported 1,107 new cases on Saturday and 1,052 new cases on Friday.
Authorities also reported 12 additional deaths attributed to the novel coronavirus on Sunday, with two of those deaths having taken place in the past 24 hours, nine between Sept. 27 and Oct. 2, and another at an unspecified date.
Quebec has now recorded 78,459 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began and 5,878 total deaths.
Hospitalizations went up by eight cases across the province, for a total of 334.
Of those, 64 people were in intensive care, an increase of four from the previous day.
The Estrie region reported 13 new cases on Sunday bringing the regional total up to 1858. There was no significant shift in any of the outbreaks under supervision over the weekend, although the Centre d’hébergement Saint-Joseph in Sherbrooke’s old North Ward was added to the list of institutions under “outbreak watch.”

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