There has been a slight decline in the number of daily COVID-19 cases in Quebec and Ontario on Sunday.
The province of La Belle reported 1753 new cases on the last day of the week, and one death, the lowest number of 1982 infections reported the previous day.
Of the total reported on Sunday, 876 cubes were not vaccinated or received the first dose of the Covit-19 vaccine 14 days before infection, when 840 patients received their second dose seven days earlier.
However the number of patients in hospitals in Quebec has increased, with 11 new people admitted to the hospital, bringing the total number to 262. Five additional beds are occupied in the intensive care unit, of which 68 are occupied.
The childhood vaccination campaign has been steadily improving over the past 24 hours, with 14,883 children between the ages of 5 and 11 receiving the first dose. In total, 16,366 QBs over the age of five received the first dose on the last day.
Approximately 11,851 people received the 3rd dose at the same time, while 81% of the Quebec population is estimated to have been fully vaccinated with the two doses.
Situation in Quebec as of December 12, 2021
- 465,981 affected (+1753)
- 11,608 deaths (+1)
- 262 hospitalized (+11)
- * 29 new posts
- * 23 new releases
- 68 in intensive care (+5)
- * 11 new posts
- * 6 new releases
Elsewhere in the country
On the other side of the Ottawa River, Ontario reported 1476 new pollutants, 131 less than on Saturday and eight deaths.
Hospitalization in the most populous province (222, – 101) decreased slightly, while the number of intensive care patients increased (158, +12).
About 87.6% of Ontarians over the age of 12 have received two doses of the Govit-19 vaccine.
In the maritime provinces, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick reported 111 and 112 new cases, respectively. Prince Edward Island has added seven epidemics to its population.
Saskatchewan, for its part, announced 37 new cases on Sunday.
Situation in Canada
- Ontario: 632,147 cases (10,078 deaths)
- Quebec: 465,981 cases (11,608 deaths)
- Alberta: 338,428 cases (3,272 deaths)
- British Columbia: 222,013 cases (2,381 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 81,817 cases (937 deaths)
- Manitoba: 69,507 cases (1,345 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 9,604 cases (140 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 8,831 cases (110 deaths)
- Northwest Territories: 2,070 cases (12 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 2,078 cases (18 deaths)
- Yukon: 1,580 cases (14 deaths)
- Nunavut: 676 cases (4 deaths)
- Prince Edward Island: 420 cases
- Returnees to Canada: 13 cases
Total: 1,835,165 cases (29,919 deaths)
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