At his briefing Wednesday, Legault said public health officials are working to produce a most likely scenario for the COVID-19 outbreak in Quebec.\nThough, the Premier stressed, this scenario would just be the most probable outcome based on currently available data.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nBefore sharing the statistics at his daily COVID-19 press briefing on Wednesday, François Legault announced that the government will soon let the public know when to most likely expect the peak of the outbreak. The Premier acknowledged that many in the press and on social media have demanded to know the Quebec government's projections for the ongoing pandemic.\nThough difficult to predict, a timeline will be out in the next few days, he said.\n"I understand that we all want to know when the famous summit or peak will be — in two weeks, in a month — honestly, it's difficult to answer that question right now," said the Premier.\nHe stressed that he "[does] not think there is anyone in the world who is able to say with precision when this summit will arrive."\nHe nevertheless instructed public health officials to compile the information.\nOfficials are already hinting at outbreak projections elsewhere in Canada.\nOn Wednesday, the City of Toronto announced that residents should prepare for three months of lockdown.\nToronto's public health authorities made the call after a huge spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases. Toronto will implement social distancing measures similar to those in Quebec.\nHealth officials and foundations in the United States have released probable scenarios, too.\n"We are starting to have a lot of data," added Legault. These figures will help health officials estimate when the summit could potentially arrive.\n#COVID19 - Au Québec, en date du 1er avril 2020 à 13 h, la situation est la suivante :4 611 cas confirmés33 décès5 770 personnes sous investigation65 082 analyses négatives (cas infirmés)— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) April 1, 2020\n"As Dr. Arruda often says, what we are looking forward to is having passed the summit and then, to start to see the number of new cases reduce and then the number of hospitalizations, deaths, etc."\nREAD ALSO: Quebec Now Has 4,611 COVID-19 Cases But Legault Shared Some More Good News\nOn Wednesday, the number of confirmed cases in Quebec reached 4,611.\nThough the number of cases continues to rise, Quebec is lucky to have one among the lowest death rates in the world, according to Legault.\nNos efforts des dernières semaines nous ont permis de gagner un temps précieux et de nous préparer à ce qui s’en vient. On ne doit pas lâcher. 🎥Suivez notre point de presse en direct 👇 https://t.co/qs3CeqLTqr— François Legault (@francoislegault) April 1, 2020\nThe number of people in intensive care has also not increased.\n"That doesn't mean that there aren't people who went out and then some who came in. But, on the net, we're at 82, so that's really good news."\nMontreal, the epicentre of the outbreak in Quebec, has a total of 2,097 cases as of April 1.\nA little ☀️ and fresh air is good for your health! However, more than ever, make sure you follow public health guidelines. Let’s take care of all of us and avoid gatherings outside. To defeat #COVID19, let's stay home. We are all in this together. #cavabienaller #polmtl pic.twitter.com/s1Y8sGoLHi— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) March 28, 2020\nStay tuned for more news.