LThe provincial toll now stands at 345,697 infected people, of which 324,441 are considered recovered, and 10,886 deaths.
One death has occurred in the past 24 hours, six between April 19 and April 24 and one on an unknown date.
A total of 664 hospitalizations are reported, an increase of ten from the previous day. Of these patients, 167 are in intensive care, an increase of two.
A total of 28,133 samples were taken on April 24.
With regard to vaccination, 42,656 doses administered were added to the results, that is to say 41,731 in the last 24 hours and 925 before April 25. A total of 2,871,140 doses were administered out of 3,066,969 doses received.
Quebec expects 231,660 doses of Pfizer’s vaccine and 137,200 of Moderna’s this week, for a total of 368,860 doses.
Across Canada, 1,183,385 cases of COVID-19 and 23,997 deaths have been reported since the virus first appeared in the country.
Here is the distribution of cases across the country since the start of the pandemic, according to the most recent provincial and territorial reports:
- 448,861 cases in Ontario, including 7,935 deaths;
- 345,697 cases in Quebec, including 10,886 deaths;
- 181,806 cases in Alberta, including 2,067 deaths;
- 123,758 cases in British Columbia, including 1,554 deaths;
- 39,932 cases in Saskatchewan, including 475 deaths;
- 37,598 cases in Manitoba, including 967 deaths;
- 2053 cases in Nova Scotia, including 67 deaths;
- 1851 cases in New Brunswick, including 35 deaths;
- 1,058 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador, including six deaths;
- 455 cases in Nunavut, including four deaths;
- 175 cases in Prince Edward Island;
- 80 cases in the Yukon, including one death;
- 48 cases in the Northwest Territories.
To these provincial and territorial reports are added the 13 cases, all cured, among passengers repatriated from the cruise ship. Grand Princess March 10, 2020.