There are now 24,938 active cases of COVID-19 in Quebec, after health officials reported 102 new cases, 122 recoveries and six deaths.
Of the fatalities, three occurred in the province’s latest 24 hour stretch, while three occurred before June 26.
The 102 new cases are the most since June 25, which was also the last time Quebec reported triple-digits for daily cases.
Of the active cases that remain in the province, there are 375 people in hospital, which includes 27 people in intensive care. Of the 55,784 cases throughout the pandemic in Quebec, 25,280 have been resolved, while the death toll stands at 5,566. The Montreal region has 27,400 of those cases and 3,406 deaths.
Quebec’s testing numbers are reflective of its outputs two days prior. In its latest 24-hour stretch, it completed 7,917 tests for COVID-19, which is below its goal of 14,000.