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Quebec reports 1,685 new COVID-19 cases, 76 deaths

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Quebec reported Saturday that 1,685 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 252,176 since the start of the pandemic.

The number is above the seven-day average for daily increases which is now 1,601 new cases per day. The Quebec Institute of Public Health is reporting 17,488 active cases in the province.

Of the total number of confirmed cases, the province reports that 225,245 people have recovered from the disease, an increase of 1,878 from Friday.

The province added 76 more deaths due to the disease including 17 that occurred in the past 24 hours, 33 that occurred between Jan. 16 and Jan. 21, 24 before Jan. 16, and two deaths that occurred at an unknown date.

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The total number of people who have died in Quebec due to the novel coronavirus is now 9,437.

The number of people receiving treatment in the province’s hospitals decreased by 43 Saturday and the total number of hospitalizations is now 1,383. Of those, 216 people are in the intensive care ward, an increase of four from Friday. 

It is the fourth day in a row that Quebec has reported a decrease in hospitalizations.

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Health-care professionals analyzed 38,231 samples on Jan. 21. (Quebec releases its testing data from two days prior to its daily updates).

REGIONAL DATA 

The Island of Montreal surpassed 90,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases Saturday when it reported 669 new cases bringing its total to 90,276. The island also reported 38 more deaths bringing that total to 4,220 since the start of the pandemic. 

Monteregie reported 311 new cases (36,089 total), the Laurentians reported 169 new (13,881 total), Laval reported 139 new (21,226 total) and Lanaudiere reported 101 new (18,060 total).

In addition to Montreal’s reported deaths due to COVID-19, 11 were reported in Quebec City (875 total); seven in Monteregie (1,259 total); six in the Eastern Townships (256 total); three in Mauricie-et-Centre-du-Quebec (430 total), and Laval (812 total); and two deaths were reported in Outaouais (149 total), Chaudiere-Appalaches (234 total), Lanaudiere (449 total), and the Laurentians (411 total).

Quebec reported Saturday that 1,685 more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 24 hours bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 252,176 since the start of the pandemic. Of the total number of confirmed cases, the province reports that 225,245 people have recovered from the disease. The province added 76 more deaths due to the disease including 17 that occurred in the past 24 hours, 33 that occurred between Jan. 16 and Jan. 21, 24 before Jan. 16, and two deaths that occurred at an unknown date. The total number of people who have died in Quebec due to the novel coronavirus is now 9,437. Complete coverage at CTVNews.ca/coronavirus Coronavirus newsletter sign-up: Get The COVID-19 Brief sent to your inbox The number of people receiving treatment in the province’s hospitals decreased by 43 Saturday and the total number of hospitalizations is now 1,383. Of those, 216 people are in the intensive care ward, an increase of four from Friday. It is the fourth day in a row that Quebec has reported a decrease in hospitalizations. Health-care professionals analyzed 38,231 samples on Jan. 21. (Quebec releases its testing data from two days prior to its daily updates).

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