The virus prevalence curve continues to flatten in Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches, with fewer than 100 cases recorded in both regions.
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In Quebec City, the 92 new infections identified represent the weakest spread of the virus in more than four weeks. We have to go back to the end of the week of March 21 to find less than 100 cases in 24 hours.
The 1,089 cases recorded in the past seven days show a 42% decrease in the number of new carriers of the virus compared to the previous week.
In Chaudière-Appalaches, 95 new cases have been observed since the last evaluation. Since the start of the week, the region has noticed 23% fewer infections compared to April 11-17.
Patients treated for complications related to COVID-19 are settled in designated hospitals in Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches.
In Quebec City, there are still 139 people and one less person in intensive care units, for a total of 36.
The situation is similar south of the river, with no new hospitalizations. The intensive care units of two patients were freed. Only 11 left.
However, we regret two other lovin ‘at Shoudyer Appalach. So far, 314 people have lost their battle against COVID-19 in the region.
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