519 new cases of COVID-19 in Quebec

In Quebec, more than 700 schools have reported having reported positive cases of COVID-19 in their enclosures, during data collection carried out by the Ministry of Education, from 72 school service centers / school boards, the last week.

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Schools on the government list stay there 14 days after the appearance of a reported positive case with a diagnosis, while those that are proof of verification do not appear.

Since Monday morning, schools in certain regions, particularly in Montreal, Mauricie, Estrie and Outaouais, have benefited from rapid screening tests while the deployment of this preventive measure must continue in the coming weeks.

In addition, the province has identified 519 new cases of COVID-19, in the last 24 hours. Of the new cases, 377 were from people who had not received two doses of the vaccine, while 142 cases were from people who had received their second injection more than seven days ago.

In hospitals, 25 new patients entered, while 23 patients left. In total, they were 299 patients hospitalized there to be treated for COVID-19 (+2) on Monday. In the intensive care units, there were 95 people hospitalized (+ 5), that is to say eight new entries and three new discharges.

Since the start of the pandemic, 408,462 Quebecers have been infected, while 390,858 people have recovered. The National Institute of Public Health of Quebec (INSPQ) reported Monday that the province still had 6,248 active cases, a drop of 230 from the last update on September 24.

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In Ontario, 1,450 people have been infected with COVID-19 in a school since the start of the school year, the province revealed on Monday.

Since Friday, 120 students and 13 additional staff have tested positive. In all, 79 schools have reported at least one case of COVID-19 out of the 4,884 schools in the province, which is equivalent to about 16% of facilities in the province, the “Toronto Star” reported on Monday.

Still critical in Alberta

The fourth wave continues to strike hard in Alberta, so much so that 58 intensive care doctors decided to send a letter to citizens on Monday, insisting that it is “not too late to change course. “.

“We are still on the brink of collapse of the health care system in Alberta,” said doctors as nearly 312 patients were in intensive care in the province.

“Alberta’s intensive care units are currently operating at over 150% of their normal capacity. Demand is fueled by critically ill patients with COVID-19 ”, it is possible to read.

The statement comes the day after another letter this time co-authored by former Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health James Talbot to new Minister of Health Jason Copping.

The Prairie province also reported 5,181 cases and 23 deaths over the weekend.

In the rest of Western Canada, Saskatchewan has recorded 398 new cases and two more deaths, while Manitoba has reported 306 new infections as well as two deaths and British Columbia has 2,239 more cases and 18 deaths over the last three days. .

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In the Atlantic provinces, Newfoundland and Labrador added 25 cases to its daily toll. New Brunswick has registered 86 new infections and Nova Scotia has reported 83 cases and one new death.

THE SITUATION IN QUEBEC AS OF SEPTEMBER 27, 2021

  • 408,462 people infected (+519)
  • 11,356 deaths (-)
  • 298 people hospitalized (+2)
    • 25 new entries
    • 23 new releases
  • 95 people in intensive care (+5)
    • 8 new entries
    • 3 new releases
  • The samples taken amount to 22,259 for a total of 12,382,792
  • 7,746 doses administered are added, i.e. 7,387 in the last 24 hours for a total of 12,860,606 doses received in Quebec
  • Outside Quebec, a total of 182,675 doses were administered for a cumulative total of 12,043,281 doses received by Quebecers
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CASE REPORT BY REGION

  • Bas-Saint-Laurent: 4068
  • Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean: 11,248
  • Capitale-Nationale: 33 893
  • Mauricie-et-Center-du-Quebec: 16,832
  • Estrie : 16 329
  • Montréal : 144 390
  • Outaouais: 13,660
  • Abitibi-Témiscamingue: 1231
  • North Shore: 609
  • Northern Quebec: 136
  • Gaspé – Magdalen Islands: 2144
  • Chaudière-Appalaches: 20,534
  • Laval : 35 746
  • Lanaudière : 26 452
  • Laurentides : 23 889
  • Montérégie : 56 339
  • Nunavik : 50
  • Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James: 142
  • Outside Quebec: 746
  • Region to be determined: 4
  • Total: 408,462 confirmed cases

DEATHS BY REGION

  • Bas-Saint-Laurent: 54
  • Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean: 271
  • Capitale-Nationale: 1121
  • Mauricie-et-Center-du-Quebec: 565
  • Estrie : 357
  • Montréal : 4797
  • Outaouais: 220
  • Abitibi-Témiscamingue: 9
  • North Shore: 4
  • Northern Quebec: 0
  • Gaspé – Magdalen Islands: 47
  • Chaudière-Appalaches: 370
  • Laval : 932
  • Lanaudière : 518
  • Laurentides : 515
  • Montérégie : 1571
  • Nunavik : 0
  • Terres-Cries-de-la-Baie-James: 5
  • Outside Quebec: 0
  • Region to be determined: 0
  • Total: 11,356 deaths

The situation in Canada

  • Ontario: 584,541 cases (9,704 deaths)
  • Quebec: 408,462 cases (11,356 deaths)
  • Alberta: 293,538 cases (2,645 deaths)
  • British Columbia: 184,780 cases (1,940 deaths)
  • Saskatchewan: 65,897 cases (672 deaths)
  • Manitoba: 60,294 cases (1,209 deaths)
  • Nova Scotia: 6,569 cases (96 deaths)
  • New Brunswick: 3,936 cases (54 deaths)
  • Newfoundland and Labrador: 1,717 cases (7 deaths)
  • Northwest Territories: 918 cases (2 deaths)
  • Yukon: 745 cases (9 deaths)
  • Nunavut: 663 cases (4 deaths)
  • Prince Edward Island: 294 cases
  • Canadian returnees: 13 cases
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Total: 1,612,367 (27,698 deaths)

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