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Quebec’s hospitalizations surpass 1,200 as province logs 8 new COVID-19 deaths

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COVID-19 as hospitalizations jumped Wednesday.The number of hospitalizations rounded out at 1,200, a rise of 47. This comes after 148 patients were admitted, while 101 left in the last day.Officials say 60 people were being treated for the disease in intensive care units, a drop of three.The province’s daily tally included 3,067 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, though this isn’t representative of the situation since PCR testing is only open to select groups.

Deputy premier latest Quebec provincial politician to be sidelined with COVID-19 On that note, 20,475 tests were administered at government-run screening sites on Monday.Quebecers continued to register the results of their rapid tests, adding 1,560 in the latest update.

Of those tests, 1,334 were positive for the virus.The immunization campaign issued another 8,849 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine the past 24 hours.

So far, more than 18.6 million shots have been administered.Quebec has reported a total of 964,450 official infections since the start of the pandemic.

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