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Quebec registers 25 new COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations continue to drop

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COVID-19 as pandemic-related hospitalizations dropped by 26 on Thursday.There were 1,821 patients being treated for the disease in hospitals across the province following 117 admissions and 143 discharges.Intensive care unit cases stood at 60, a decrease of two.The province also reported 767 new novel coronavirus infections.

The official count is based on PCR testing, which is only accessible to certain groups like teachers. Quebec headed in ‘right direction’ as COVID-19 indicators fall, top doctor says Officials say 15,577 tests were given at government-run testing sites on Tuesday, the most recent day for which that information is available.Quebecers also declared the results of 312 additional rapid tests on the province’s online portal.

Of those, 252 were positive for the virus.Meanwhile, 18,557 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were doled out in a 24-hour period.

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