COVID-19: hospitalizations still on the rise
The latest figures from Quebec public health report 11 new deaths linked to COVID-19 and an increase of 27 hospitalizations.
Forty-two people are in intensive care, including twenty-two due to COVID-19, a decrease of three from the previous day.
In the health network, 7,138 health care workers are absent for reasons related to COVID-19.
1,910 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded across the province, according to the government report. Remember that the number of cases listed is not representative of the current situation, since access to screening centers is reserved for priority clienteles.
Active hospitalizations in Montreal
|Change since the day before|
|Montreal Heart Institute||12||1|
|Montreal Sacred Heart Hospital||23||-2|
|Montreal General Hospital||24||0|
|Jewish General Hospital||52||-2|
|St. Mary’s Hospital Center||34||-2|
|The Montreal Children’s Hospital||5||0|
|Montreal Neurological Hospital||<5||0|
|Royal Victoria Hospital||17||-2|
|Lakeshore General Hospital||19||-2|
|Jean Talon Hospital||56||2|
|Santa Cabrini Hospital||31||5|
|University of Montreal Hospital Center||33||2|
|Notre Dame Hospital||16||-2|
A press briefing took place yesterday regarding the COVID-19 situation in Quebec, in the presence of Dr. Marie-France Raynault, Senior Strategic Medical Advisor for the Public Health Department of the Ministry of Health and Services. social services (MSSS).
According to Dr. Marie-France Raynault, the situation “tends to stabilize” in Quebec. “A lot of people keep showing up with symptoms at work or at events,” she pointed out.
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