The National Public Institute of Quebec reported three new people with COVID-19 in its Bas-Saint-Laurent province on June 5. In the past seven days, 33 new cases have been confirmed.
Two cases were added to the results of the Kamuraska MRC and the Basque MRC. Note that the issue that was due to be “decided” on Friday was attributed to one of these two regions.
Health authorities are now counting 56 active cases in Bas-Saint-Laurent, a low statistic since the day before. The number of hospitalizations is stable at five. Three people are still in intensive care.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, 3,925 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Bas-Saint-Laurent.
The case from MRC in Bas-Saint-Laurent
Kamuraska: 670 cases (+2)
Rivière-du-Loup: 1,341 cases (stable)
Tmisquata: 387 cases (stable)
Basques: 201 cases (+2)
Rimouski Nigit: 816 cases (stable)
Arthritis: 178 cases (stable)
La Matane: 251 cases (stable)
Matabidia: 81 cases (stable)
Unspecified: 0 cases (-1)
National balance statement كشف
The latest data on the development of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours in Quebec shows 228 new cases and 4 new deaths. The Department of Health and Social Services reported 283 hospitalizations, a decrease of 24 compared to the previous day, including 64 people in intensive care, a decrease of 3 compared to the previous day.
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