The number of patients with covid disease in Quebec is declining, with a balance sheet of 3,270 in its hospitals, including 252 patients in intensive care.
The death toll in the province continued to rise, rising to 73 deaths, while 4,150 new COVID-19 cases were detected among those with access to screening centers in Quebec.
The vaccination campaign continued its course, with 80,131 cubes trying to get vaccinated, of which 67,496 were the third dose and 2,272 the first dose.
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Situation in Quebec as of January 26, 2022
- 845,564 affected (+4,150) *
- 13,009 deaths (+73)
- 3270 people have been admitted to the hospital
- 297 inputs
- 305 publications
- 252 are in the intensive care unit
- 31 posts
- 42 publications
- 86,062 doses were added, i.e. 80,131 in the last 24 hours and 5,931 before January 25, for a total of 17,337,953 doses given in Quebec.
- Outside Quebec, a total of 270,569 doses were administered, for a total of 17,608,522 doses received by Quebecs.
* The number of cases listed does not represent the situation, as access to screening centers is primarily for clients only.
Nowhere else in the country
On the other side of the Ottawa River, the death toll rose to more than the previous day, with 92 deaths darkening Ontario’s balance on Wednesday.
Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott reported 4,016 people infected with the virus (+8) at the hospital, while 44% were admitted for non-Govt reasons. 19.
In intensive care, 608 patients are still in service, 18 less than on Tuesday. About 83% of them have been admitted due to the virus, Minister Elliott said.
Nearly 5,368 new cases have been identified in the most populous province, where access to PCR tests is limited.
Position in Canada
- Ontario: 1,010,247 cases (11,160 deaths)
- Quebec: 845,564 cases (13,009 deaths)
- Alberta: 477,841 cases (3,483 deaths)
- British Columbia: 314,787 cases (2,554 deaths)
- Manitoba: 116,779 cases (1,521 deaths)
- Saskatchewan: 111,447 cases (977 deaths)
- Nova Scotia: 35,541 cases (136 deaths)
- New Brunswick: 26,741 cases (215 deaths)
- Newfoundland and Labrador: 15,515 cases (31 deaths)
- Prince Edward Island: 6,282 cases (6 deaths)
- Northwest Territories: 5,120 cases (15 deaths)
- Yukon: 2,981 cases (16 deaths)
- Nunavut: 1,439 cases (5 deaths)
- Deported Canadians: 13 cases
Total: 2,970,297 cases (33,128 deaths)
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