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Quebec reports 21 new COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations dip

COVID-19 health crisis amid a seven-patient dip Wednesday.Hospitalizations related to the pandemic stood at 1,344 after 55 admissions and 62 discharges in the last day.There were 45 patients with the disease in intensive care units, a decrease of two.The daily includes 584 new novel coronavirus infections, though this number is based on PCR testing results. That kind of screening is only available to certain high-risk groups.

Higher air pollution linked to more severe cases of COVID-19, study suggests The province administered 11,568 tests Monday, the latest day for which that information is available.Meanwhile, the results of 216 rapid tests were added by Quebecers to the government’s online portal. These include 184 positive results.The latest roundup shows 9,511 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were given in the past 24-hour period for more than 19.8 million shots to date.Officials say 4,124 health-care workers were absent from work for pandemic-related reasons.Quebec has reported 1,063,036 official cases since 2020.

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COVID-19 health crisis amid a seven-patient dip Wednesday.Hospitalizations related to the pandemic stood at 1,344 after 55 admissions and 62 discharges in the last day.There were 45 patients with the disease in intensive care units, a decrease of two.The daily includes 584 new novel coronavirus infections, though this number is based on PCR testing results. That kind of screening is only available to certain high-risk groups.
COVID on Wednesday, with 160 in intensive care.This is up by 192 for hospitalizations and up by three for ICUs since the previous day. Last Wednesday, there were 1,248 hospitalizations with 163 in ICU.According to latest data for hospitalizations, 59 per cent were admitted for other reasons but tested positive for COVID-19.

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