The seven-day moving average of new cases is now at its highest since late September.
The seven-day moving average of COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose to 639 on Sunday, its highest point in six weeks, with the announcement of 634 new infections.
A total of 434,340 infections have already been confirmed in the province since the first was reported in February 2020.
Quebec also reported that four more deaths had been attributed to the virus, bringing the death toll in the province to 11,545.
The number of hospitalizations due to the virus now stands at 189 patients, a decrease from nine. Of those patients, 42 are in intensive care, a decrease of two.
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