The National Institute of Public Health of Quebec reported no new case of COVID-19 in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region on May 30. The number of active cases reached 115, 8 down from the previous day.
The number of hospitalizations also decreased, with a total of 10 hospitalizations in the region, including 4 in intensive care. This is the first time since last March that no new case has been reported. “In recent days we have noticed that people are undergoing fewer screening tests, this is a fact.” CISSS spokesperson Gilles Tormel said, “We will see the trend over several days, if there is a permanent decline.” He urged citizens to be careful. Despite the encouraging data in today’s report.
A case by the Board of the Red Cross in Basse-Saint-Laurent:
- Kamuraska: 659 (-1) including 38 active cases
- Riviere-du-Loup: 1,332 of them, 38 cases are active
- Temisquata: 386, including 9 active cases
- Basque Country: 197 cases, including 11 active cases
- Rimouski-Negit: 814 (+1) of whom 9 are active cases
- La Metis: 178
- La Matane: 251
- No Matabedia: 80 of them are 5 active cases
- Unspecified: 0 (-1)
- Basse Saint Laurent: 3,897, including 115 active cases
The number of active cases in the RCMs has not been determined with less than five cases. In Quebec, Public Health reported 315 new infections and two additional deaths. A total of 364 people with COVID-19 are currently in hospital, 90 of them are currently in intensive care.
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