September 24, 2022

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More than 3,000 Cubs have been hospitalized with covid disease

The number of patients with covid disease reached a new high of 3,085 in Quebec hospitals, including 275 patients in intensive care.

The province has added 68 deaths to its death toll, bringing the total to 12,193 since the onset of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Situation in Quebec as of January 14, 2022

– 783,102 affected (+7382) *

– 12,193 deaths (+68)

– 3,085 people have been admitted to the hospital

* 442 inputs

* 351 publications

– 275 people are in intensive care

* 43 inputs

* 40 trips

– 114,721 doses were added, i.e. 108,768 in the last 24 hours and 5,953 before January 13, giving a total of 16,195,112 doses in Quebec.

– Outside Quebec, a total of 258,137 doses were administered, for a total of 16,453,249 doses received by Quebecs.

* The number of cases listed does not represent the situation as access to screening centers is primarily for clients only.

Case report based on region

Pass-Saint-Laurent: 10,730

Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean: 19,366

Capital-Nation: 58,824

Morrissey-at-Center-to-Quebec: 38,921

Estre: 35 393

Montreal: 251 980

Outlook: 30,533

Abbitp-Demiscomming: 4524

North Bank: 2789

Northern Quebec: 538

Caspe – Magdalen Islands: 4122

Saudier-Appalachians: 43,474

Laval: 59 599

Lanadier: 54 752

Laurentites: 50 404

Montérgie: 112 117

Nunavic: 1777

Terres-Chris-de-la-Boy-James: 969

Unknown: 4

Outside Quebec: 2,286

Total: 783,102 confirmed cases

Deaths by region

Pass-Saint-Laurent: 66

Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean: 292

Capital-Nation: 1187

Mauritius-at-Center-to-Quebec: 641

Estree: 449

Montreal: 4987

Outdoors: 224

Abbitp-Demiscomming: 27

North Bank: 5

Northern Quebec: 0

Caspian – Magdalen Islands: 48

Saudier-Appalachians: 428

Laval: 964

Lanadier: 586

Laurentites: 549

Montessori: 1728

Nunavic: 6

Terres-Chris-de-la-Boy-James: 5

Unknown: 0

Outside Quebec: 1

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Total: 12,193 deaths