A sign that the third wave is nearing its end, barely 12 cases of COVID-19 were added to Capitale-Nationale’s balance sheet, Sunday, while Bas-Saint-Laurent removed one of its total.
With 10 infections, Quebec and its surrounding areas continue to turn their backs on the epidemic. This is one of the region’s smallest daily case count this spring, along with two days when just nine cases were announced earlier in the week.
For its part, Bas Saint-Laurent set an exceptional record, while the eastern half of the region (MRC de Rimouski-Neigette, La Mitis, La Matapédia and Matane) is preparing to return to the region. Yellow and the other half will turn orange on Monday.
In fact, the region subtracted one case from its total on Sunday, thus registering a single case tally that contrasts sharply with the 11 infections announced on Friday.
In general, Bas-Saint-Laurent can boast that they have managed to break out of the third wave in flying colors, with the number of cases remaining roughly below 10 per day for more than two weeks.
Another region that returned to yellow territory on Monday, Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean hardly did better than Quebec by adding nine pollutants to its data. The fact remains that this record is encouraging for the region, which delightfully accumulated more than 10 cases per day just a week ago. Friday announced 21 years.
Finally, Chaudière-Appalaches, which has been fighting for months against a major outbreak in Boss, added 20 cases to the counter on Sunday, the smallest total since those announced on May 24.
Barely 176 cases were recorded in the past 24 hours in Quebec, while no new deaths were reported.
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