Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 continued to rise in Quebec, while the daily toll increased by 837 new cases on Friday.

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In the last hours, hospitalizations continued to increase, six from the previous day. They are now 262 hospitalized patients, including 95 in intensive care, an increase of eight from Thursday. Most of them are non-immune people.

Three additional deaths have also been added to the already heavy toll in Quebec, where COVID-19 has been the deadliest since the start of the pandemic. La Belle Province had 11,318 deaths on Friday.

In the last 24 hours, 21,813 vaccine doses and 1,251 doses before September 16 were given to Quebecers, for a total of 12,709,800 doses administered in Quebec.

 

 

 

In Ontario, Public Health has reported 795 new cases of COVID-19, down from Thursday (-69).

Eight deaths have been added to the province’s death toll, five of which occurred last month, the Ford government said.

In New Brunswick, Public Health is concerned about reaching a new high of active cases in its province. At the height of the crisis, last January, the province recorded 348. There were 336 on Thursday.

Starting next week, anyone entering New Brunswick will need to register their trip in advance.

A measure that also applies to New Brunswickers returning to the province. It will also be the entry into force of the vaccine passport in the Maritime province, which is thus backing down after having greatly reduced its health measures in August.

For its part, Nova Scotia has reported 18 new cases and no deaths.

Between March 15 and September 16, 2021, 91.9% of people infected with the coronavirus were not vaccinated, the Nova Scotia government revealed on Friday. During this period, 88.1% of those hospitalized and 85.7% of those who died were not vaccinated.

The state of emergency has been extended until October 3 in the province.

THE SITUATION IN QUEBEC AS OF SEPTEMBER 17, 2021

  • 401,462 people infected (+837)
  • 11,318 deaths (+3)
  • 262 people hospitalized (+6)
  • 95 people in intensive care (+8)
  • The samples taken amount to 32,586 for a total of 12,052,443
  • 23,064 doses administered are added, i.e. 21,813 in the last 24 hours for a total of 12,709,800 doses received in Quebec
  • Outside Quebec, a total of 160,422 doses were administered for a cumulative total of 12,870,222 doses received by Quebecers
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CASE REPORT BY REGION

  • Bas-Saint-Laurent: 4054
  • Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean: 11 173
  • Capitale-Nationale: 33 655
  • Mauricie-et-Center-du-Quebec: 16,540
  • Estrie: 15 949
  • Montreal: 142,043
  • Outaouais: 13,425
  • Abitibi-Témiscamingue: 1220
  • North Shore: 600
  • Northern Quebec: 134
  • Gaspé – Magdalen Islands: 2,127
  • Chaudière-Appalaches: 20 043
  • Laval: 34,048
  • Lanaudière: 25,989
  • Laurentians: 23,225
  • Montérégie: 55,294
  • Nunavik: 50
  • Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James: 142
  • Outside Quebec: 746
  • Region to be determined: 4

Total: 401,462 confirmed cases

The situation in Canada

  • Ontario: 578,048 cases (9,637 deaths)
  • Quebec: 401,462 cases (11,318 deaths)
  • Alberta: 277,558 cases (2,523 deaths)
  • British Columbia: 177,954 cases (1,877 deaths)
  • Saskatchewan: 61,065 cases (637 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 59,612 cases (1,204 deaths)
  • Nova Scotia: 6,312 cases (94 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 3,237 cases (48 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,555 cases (7 deaths)
  • Northwest Territories: 720 cases (1 death)
  • Yukon: 716 cases (9 deaths)
  • Nunavut: 659 (4 deaths)
  • Prince Edward Island: 270 cases
  • Canadian returnees: 13 cases
  • Total: 1,569,181 (27,359 deaths)

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