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Quebec reports 933 new cases, 16 deaths and 13 hospitalizations
Quebec has recorded 933 new cases of COVID-19, the provincial government announced this morning.
That’s the biggest one-day caseload increase since early May.
Montreal reported the most cases: 319.
The province has now passed the 75,000 mark, with a total of 75,221 cases confirmed since the beginning of the pandemic.
Sixteen new deaths were reported – two over the past 24 hours, 12 between Sept. 24 and 29, and two more before Sept. 24
That’s the highest number of deaths reported in one day since July 3.
The number of hospitalizations increased by 13 to reach 275.
Among those in hospital, 46 are in intensive care, an increase of three.
“Community transmission has an impact on people of all backgrounds, ages and regions,” Health Minister Christian Dubé said via Twitter. “We must stay at home to protect the most vulnerable.”