The number of hospital admissions in Quebec and Ontario on Saturday continued its downward trend, which has been observed for several consecutive days in these provinces.
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La Belle County Thus a total of 2,975 people have been admitted to the hospital with Govt-19, i.e. 116 QBs have left the hospital centers since the previous day.
The number of beds occupied in intensive care has increased by three, to a total of 231 on Saturday.
Quebec added 66 new deaths to its tally, with the death toll rising to 48 on Friday. Approximately 3,510 COVID-19 cases have been reported among Cuban people who have access to screening centers.
Approximately 63,313 third-dose and 2,926-first dose have been given in the last 24 hours in the province.
Across the Ottawa River, 3,439 Ontarians admitted to the hospital were hospitalized, down 96 from the previous day. The total number of patients had already registered a significant drop on Friday when 110 people left these services compared to Thursday.
In terms of intensive care, a total of 597 people have been diagnosed with 10 less Ontario in the last 24 hours.
The most populous province reported 58 additional deaths, and 4,855 new cases reported among people accessible to PCR tests.
On the marine provinces side, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia reported 397 and 503 new pollutants, respectively. Prince Edward Island has reported 271 new cases and one death.
Saskatchewan, for its part, reported 1,083 additional infections and two more deaths on Saturday.
Situation in Quebec as of January 29, 2022
- 856,630 affected (+3,510) *
- 13,179 deaths (+66)
- 2975 people have been admitted to the hospital
- 234 inputs
- 362 publications
- 231 are in the intensive care unit
- 24 posts
- 12 publications
Position in Canada
- Ontario: 1,026,291 cases (11,354 deaths)
- Quebec: 856,630 cases (13,179 deaths)
- Alberta: 487,436 cases (3,531 deaths)
- British Columbia: 320,540 cases (2,597 deaths)
- Manitoba: 118,862 cases (1,543 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 116,511 cases (989 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 37,376 cases (142 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 28,442 cases (228 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 16,758 cases (38 deaths)
- Prince Edward Island: 7,545 cases (10 deaths)
- Northwest Territories: 5,669 cases (15 deaths)
- Yukon: 3,061 cases (16 deaths)
- Nunavut: 1,585 cases (5 deaths)
- Deported Canadians: 13 cases
Total: 3,034,264 cases (33,647 deaths)
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