Quebec reported 1,301 coronavirus cases on November 13, marking the third consecutive day of over 1,300 new COVID-19 cases in the province.\nIt wasn't long ago that 1,364 was Quebec's record high for new cases. But lately, similar figures have been a regular occurrence.\nOn Friday, the province also reported 30 new deaths, with nine having occurred in the last 24 hours, 16 occurring between November 6 and 11, and one occurring before November 6. Four deaths reportedly occurred at an unknown date. \nEditor's Choice: The Best Places To Cry In Public In Montreal: Pandemic Edition\n\n\n1,301\n\n\nNew COVID-19 cases reported in Quebec on November 11\n\n\n\nQuebec says hospitalizations remain stable, with no increase in the past 24 hours. Quebec hospitals are currently treating a total of 583 patients with COVID-19. \nThe number of people in intensive care units in Quebec decreased by one, for a total of 85 patients with COVID-19 in Quebec ICUs.\nTo date, 3,426,087 Quebecers have been tested for the virus.\nA total of 121,195 Quebecers have been infected with COVID-19 since the pandemic began.\nQuebecers aged 20 to 29 remain the age group with the highest proportion of COVID-19 cases in the province, at 15.8%. \nIn Montreal, 317 new cases of COVID-19 were reported on November 13, for a total of 45,929 cases since the pandemic began.