After reporting back-to-back days of less than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases, Quebec public health has announced 2,071 new cases since Tuesday morning.
According to the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, total coronavirus cases in the province have reached 234,695 since the start of the pandemic.
Along with the new cases, public health has added 35 new deaths for a total of 8,815 across Quebec. Seven virus-related deaths occurred over the past day, 23 between January 6 and January 11, for from earlier in January, and one from an “unknown date.”
The number of hospitalizations has increased by 19 since Tuesday for a cumulative total of 1,516. Among these, the number of people in intensive care has increased by eight for a total of 229 across Quebec.
Since yesterday morning, 7,855 doses of the Pfizer vaccine have been administered across the province for a total of 107,365. To date, 156,325 doses have been received. The remaining are in transit through the health and social services network.
Public health also reports 2,396,839 negative cases, with 202,166 being deemed “recoveries.”