Quebec reported 600 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths Wednesday as hospitalizations continued to rise.
Health officials say pandemic-related hospitalizations stood at 178, a rise of seven from the previous day. This includes three more patients in intensive care units for a total of 71.
The vaccination campaign saw another 19,989 doses of the novel coronavirus vaccine given since the last update, which included more than 18,000 in the past 24-hour period. Quebec has provided more than 12.5 million shots to date.
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Meanwhile, the most recent screening information available shows 21,000 tests were administered on Monday.
The province’s caseload has reached 394,452, while 11,296 Quebecers have died as a result of the pandemic.
Over the course of the health crisis, 377,531 recoveries have been reported.
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