Coronavirus Canada Updates: Quebec sees an improving trend, but 315 new school cases

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Coronavirus Canada Live: B.C. to provide final COVID-19 case update of the week
Coronavirus Canada Live: B.C. to provide final COVID-19 case update of the week

Quebec reported 815 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, which marks the fourth straight occasion that the province has seen its daily case count decrease.

“We need to remain prudent before celebrating, but the spread of the virus seems to be stabilizing,” said Quebec Premier François Legault in French, as he announced more restrictions for certain regions.

The majority of the latest cases were found in Montreal (268), Quebec City (125) and Montérégie (106).

Three more people have died in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch, but officials also added two more victims from previous dates to its death toll. In addition, 877 have more have recovered. It brings down the province’s active case count to 8,087 — which is still the highest in Canada. Of those currently infected patients, there are 468 in hospital and 85 in intensive, up by 11 and 10, respectively.

Quebec reported 815 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, which marks the fourth straight occasion that the province has seen its daily case count decrease.

“We need to remain prudent before celebrating, but the spread of the virus seems to be stabilizing,” said Quebec Premier François Legault in French, as he announced more restrictions for certain regions.

The majority of the latest cases were found in Montreal (268), Quebec City (125) and Montérégie (106).

Three more people have died in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch, but officials also added two more victims from previous dates to its death toll. In addition, 877 have more have recovered. It brings down the province’s active case count to 8,087 — which is still the highest in Canada. Of those currently infected patients, there are 468 in hospital and 85 in intensive, up by 11 and 10, respectively.

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