Quebec reported 79 new cases and eight fatalities, increasing its total to 55,863 and 5,574, respectively.
Of the deaths, one occurred in the past 24 hours, while the other seven patients died before June 27.
Health officials have not yet indicated how many people have recovered from the virus as of Sunday. On Saturday, they said at least 25,280 cases have been resolved.
Of the active cases that remain in the province, there are 371 people in hospital (down by four since Saturday), which includes 26 people in intensive care (down by one).
The Montreal region has 27,417 of those cases (up by 17) and 3,406 deaths (up by two). According to CTV News, the highest daily increase in cases of any Quebec region was in Monteregie, which identified 22 new cases for a total of 7,928.
Quebec’s testing numbers are reflective of its outputs two days prior. In its latest 24-hour stretch, it completed 7,902 tests for COVID-19, which is below its goal of 14,000.