Quebec reported 1,628 new COVID-19 cases on Monday and three deaths linked to the virus.
Up to now, the province has recorded 467,609 infections, 441,747 recovered, bringing the number of active cases to 14,251.
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The number of pandemic-related hospitalizations increased by six in the past day to 268 with 30 new patients admitted and 24 discharged. Of those in hospital, 73 are in intensive care, an increase of five.
According to the latest data provided by Quebec’s public health institute, unvaccinated people are 15.1 times more likely to have bowel complications from COVID-19 than those who are fully immunized. enough.
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Quebec’s immunization efforts continue, with a third booster shot for people 70 years of age and older, people who have had two doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, pregnant women, people with problems Chronic health puts them at greater risk and those who live in remote communities.
Children between the ages of 5 and 11 are also being prioritized for vaccination campaigns at schools and mass vaccination centers.
To date, 272,246 children in that age group have received their first dose and another 52,256 have made an appointment, bringing the proportion of the population that has received at least one dose to 83.3%.
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Since the beginning of the health crisis, the province has reported 11,611 deaths from the virus.
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