Quebec COVID-19 hospitalizations drop for third straight day, 68 new deaths

Officials in Quebec are reporting 68 more deaths linked to COVID-19 today

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2022-01-22 7:08:00 PM

Officials in Quebec are reporting 68 more deaths linked to COVID-19 today

Quebec reported a third straight day of decreases in COVID-19 hospitalizations with 56 fewer patients from 24 hours ago. The province added 68 new deaths due to the novel coronavirus.

The Ministry of Health said 216 patients checked into hospitals in the province for treatment and 272 were discharged, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 3,295, including 275 people in intensive care wards, an increase of 10.Of the new patients, 88 received two doses of vaccine more than seven days prior to check in, 76 received their third dose, 48 were unvaccinated or received one dose less than two weeks prior, and four received a single dose of vaccine more than two weeks prior.

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Tax them! Have you been to Quebec? Old People, Smokers, Low Quality Meat, Unmotivated and Welfare Dependant, Docile, Horn Dogs 😂 may all the dead Rest In Peace 🙏 but I have a good 50 Years in me... IM SUFFERING and probably you and your family as well... PS it’s Hard to Die 🤫 It's probably all in Canada fakenews

They can thank the serious restriction recently imposed. How many Canadians died because of opioid overdoses in 2021 ? 'Linked to Covid.' A link that is probably far less relevant than the $595-million package our government has spoon fed to our media for this kind of dishonest coverage.

Quebec premier says no plans to ease COVID-19 rules for now | Globalnews.ca'The situation remains very difficult at the moment,' Quebec Premier François Legault said during a COVID-19 update for the province on Thursday. You dont get to be a Dictator and you are violating the CANADIAN Charter of rights and freedoms which you despise. I hope there is a class action lawsuit brought against your Government and financially ruins you personally We're tried of you legault and your senseless unfounded measures

Quebec Premier Legault says it’s too risky to relax COVID-19 measures despite drop in hospitalizations Quebec ’s Health Department reported first drop in COVID-19 patients since Dec. 16 Open up. The mental health of Quebecers has to be the bigger issue and the Government needs to start passing the responsibility for transitioning from Pandemic to Endemic to the residents while giving all the necessary support and tools (e.g. vaccines, testing, medicine, etc.). At least one Premier is implementing policies to protect his citizens. Horgan and Henry, after trying to impose meaningless restrictions that protected nobody, have just given up. Legault has no plan. He still thinks he is in Lower Canada and all that exists besides him is big brother Upper Canada.

P.E.I. reports one new death related to COVID-19 Friday, hospitalizations decreasePrince Edward Island is reporting one new death related to COVID-19 on Friday.

COVID-19: B.C. death rate climbing despite a drop in active casesB.C. health officials give the latest figures on newly confirmed cases, deaths, recoveries, vaccinations and more. Is it from COVID or with COVID. There is an important distinction. Convenient when they just went back to counting all positive cases whether the patient is there because of Covid or something else and test positive. When they have to fudge the numbers to make their case, something is amiss It is highly concerning that partially and fully vaccinated make up almost half of the hospitalized cases. And also concerning is the fact that the deaths are not broken down by vaccination status. This to me is a failure of the mass vaccination program.

Omicron may be peaking but COVID-19 isn’t done with us yet, Tam saysDr. Theresa Tam says current trends are all pointing towards the spread of COVID-19 slowing nationally Shut up Tam! We are done with it! The rest of the world knows it too. Just take a look around. How is Biden doing with his mandate for federal employees? It just got shot down! If people still believe this vax bs, it's time to wake up! Enough already! Just wondering is there anyone still listening her nonsense?🤣 Dr Tam's not done with us yet...

Canada’s Omicron wave of COVID-19 may have peaked, top doctors say - National | Globalnews.caChief public health officer Dr. Theresa Tam said a number of indicators — including test positivity rates and wastewater surveillance — show signs of a slow in COVID-19 spread. 7 Signs of weak immune system How to know if you have weak immune system to avoid any complications New 'potentially deadly' variant in 5 4 3 2 ... Lotto 7 should create a lottery including the date, name, severity, country of origin and total vaccines required. Total payout will depends on how many correct guesses there made. The correct answers can be given by the Canadian liberal govt as they currently have the answers.

MONTREAL -- Quebec reported a third straight day of decreases in COVID-19 hospitalizations with 56 fewer patients from 24 hours ago. The Ministry of Health said 216 patients checked into hospitals in the province for treatment and 272 were discharged, bringing the total number of hospitalizations to 3,295, including 275 people in intensive care wards, an increase of 10. Of the new patients, 88 received two doses of vaccine more than seven days prior to check in, 76 received their third dose, 48 were unvaccinated or received one dose less than two weeks prior, and four received a single dose of vaccine more than two weeks prior. Of the 12 patients either transferred or admitted to the ICU in the past 24 hours, 10 were unvaccinated, one was double-vaccinated and one was under five years old and ineligible to receive a vaccine dose. DEATHS DUE TO COVID-19 REMAIN HIGH The province added 68 new deaths due to the novel coronavirus. Since the pandemic began, Quebec has recorded 12,766 COVID-19 deaths. CASE INCREASE REMAINS STEADY There were 5,547 more infections recorded on Saturday.  Quebec has reported 830,489 infections since the start of the pandemic. The ministry is monitoring 1,625 active COVID-19 cases. RELATED IMAGES A man walks by an empty restaurant following a COVID-19 press briefing by Quebec Premier Francois Legault in Montreal, Thursday, January 20, 2022. The COVID-19 pandemic continues in Canada and around the world. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes Share: