No new deaths have been reported in Quebec. Thus, the number of COVID-19 deaths since the outbreak in February 2020 is 11,203.
Of the total 124 patients bedridden due to COVID-19, the number of hospital admissions decreased by 11 compared to June 25 data.
Of these, 31 are being treated in intensive care, down 9 from June 25 data.
One week ago, there were 161 hospitals in Quebec. So this is the net reduction allowed in 37 hospitals in seven days.
Meanwhile, tracking activities are continuing in the province where 15,233 samples were taken on June 26.
Evolution of COVID-19 in Quebec
Where is the vaccine?
A total of 77,687 levels have been managed since the last assessment. In the last 24 hours, 73,754 were paid in addition to the 3,933 additional amounts administered before June 27th.
Public health also added to the balance of 21,268 vaccinated citizens outside the province. This brings to 8,074,797 the number of vaccines received by Quebecs since the vaccine campaign began last December.
So far, 9,442,385 quantities have been delivered to Quebec. Approximately 71% of people received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 21% received the second dose.
Orders for the 547,560 dose of Pfizer vaccine and 1,744,820 doses of Moderna are expected in Quebec this week. A minimum of 120,000 doses of the estrogen vaccine is also due this week.
According to public health data, there are 934 active COVID-19 and 121 COVID-19 diseases in the province. Most of them are found in these fields:
- 41 in schools;
- 43 in the workplace;
- 13 of the day care centers;
- 15 In the living and maintenance environment.
Infection continues in Laval
The most active area currently affected by the epidemic in Quebec is Laval, which is active with 26 cases per 100,000 population.
For several days now, the number of cases in high Montreal, with the exception of Laval Island, has dropped significantly, where the infection has stagnated despite vaccination efforts.
There are 18.8 and 16.3 cases per 100,000 people per Montreal and Outlaw after Laval. Lanadier and Montreux have 14.3 and 10.3 active cases per 100,000 population, respectively.
The Quebec average is 10.9.