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COVID-19: Quebec logs 12 new deaths as hospitalizations climb in confirmed 6th wave

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COVID-19 pandemic, the province reported 12 new deaths and an uptick in hospital numbers Thursday.Hospitalizations related to the disease stood at 1,238, an increase of 38.

In the last day, 151 people were admitted while 113 were discharged.The number of intensive care unit cases was also on the rise with six more patients, for a total of 66.The province logged 3,319 new novel coronavirus infections.

This only paints a partial portrait since PCR screening is only open to a few groups, including health-care workers and teachers.

Deputy premier latest Quebec provincial politician to be sidelined with COVID-19 Health authorities say 19,860 tests were given at government-run sites on Tuesday.

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