Fifty-three more cases and 17 fatalities were announced by Quebec health officials, increasing its totals to 54,937 and 5,441.
Of the victims, 11 died in the past 24 hours, while six of them passed away before June 16.
It’s the second fewest daily cases the province has recorded since mid-March, when health officials were only announcing cases that had been confirmed twice. It’s only behind the 49 cases that were announced on Tuesday, and marks the fourth straight day that Quebec has reported fewer than 100 daily cases.
Of Quebec’s total cases, 90 more people have recovered, for a total of 23,710.
There are now 500 people in hospital, down by 15 since Tuesday. That includes 52 people in intensive care.
Quebec’s testing numbers are reflective of its outputs two days prior. In its latest 24-hour stretch, it completed 6,185 tests for COVID-19.