COVID-19 hospitalizations keep declining in Quebec as province prepares to reopen – Montreal | The Canadian News

Quebec continues to report a decline in COVID-19-related hospitalizations as the province is set to start lifting public health measures as of Monday.

The Health Department says 2,895 people are in hospital on Sunday, a decline of 80 from Saturday.

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The number of people in intensive care climbed by two over the past 24 hours to 233.

Authorities are reporting 11 additional deaths linked to the virus.

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Officials say 2,838 new cases were detected today, though they warn that number is not reflective of the actual situation because molecular testing has been limited to certain higher-risk groups.

They say 28,491 tests were analyzed in the previous 24 hours, with 11.4 per cent coming back positive.

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