Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations decline for sixth day to 2,975 patients

2022-01-29 9:29:00 PM

Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations decline for sixth day to 2,975 patients

Ontario/Quebec, Health

Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations decline for sixth day to 2,975 patients

The province says there are 2,975 patients in hospital with the illness, a decrease of 116 from the day before

The Health Department says intensive care cases ticked up by three to 231.The province is reporting 66 more deaths linked to the virus.Authorities say 3,510 new COVID-19 cases were identified, but note that number may not reflect the actual situation because of limited molecular testing.

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The Health Department says intensive care cases ticked up by three to 231. The province is reporting 66 more deaths linked to the virus. Authorities say 3,510 new COVID-19 cases were identified, but note that number may not reflect the actual situation because of limited molecular testing. In the Greater Toronto Area, gas prices will hit 151. Officials say 30,423 tests were analyzed in the previous 24 hours, with 11.2 per cent coming back positive. The Abenakis would also have an opportunity to acquire a working interest in Questerre’s exploration licences and participate in future development.

. A litre of gas is expected to cost 139.