If you're trying to call someone at Quebec's Info-Santé line, you might experience long wait times. "Over the past few days, the MSSS has noted delays in accessing the health information line," said the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) in a statement to MTL Blog. "We're monitoring waiting data in real-time and request adjustments from the institutions."\n"We are in the process of correcting these delays by adding resources in all regions."\nEditor's Choice: Link Awesome Headline Here\nAs you probably already know, by dialling 811 on any Québec phone line, you can speak to a nurse in case of a non-urgent issue.\nAvailable 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Info-Santé has been a lifeline for many Quebecers concerned with the developments during the first big wave of COVID-19.\nBut why is it that Quebecers experiencing such huge delays when they call 811?\nIt turns out that while "the number of calls is relatively stable," according to the MSSS, the service is experiencing a "capacity issue."\nThe Ministry has already poured resources into the phone line.\nFind lots of advice for your well-being!➡️ https://t.co/RJMqmXSpbA➡️ Need to talk to a professional? Call 811➡️ For other useful information, go to: https://t.co/0ikfORy7xD➡️ Video: https://t.co/n7BDcOjgar pic.twitter.com/cdu5Rjzick— Santé Montréal (@santemontreal) July 28, 2020\nIt claims that "since the beginning of the crisis," it has "doubled the number of staff and we have nurses who respond only for COVID-19."\nThe government has also established additional phone lines for people experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.\nInformation, such as self-isolation instructions and general health recommendations, is also available online.\n#COVID19Au 4 août:+ 155 cas | 60 000+ 1 décès | 5 687- 2 hospitalisations | 167- 2 soins intensifs | 19+ 13 125 prélèvements | 1 291 011 (3 août)Dans le doute, passez un test de dépistage, c'est capital pour lutter contre le virus.👉https://t.co/JNEaf5BLd0 pic.twitter.com/3UcjDY9v4s— Christian Dubé (@cdube_sante) August 5, 2020\nThe MSSS recommends that anyone who has an emergency situation call 9-1-1 and not wait around to speak to an Info-Santé nurse.\n#COVID19 - Au Québec, la situation est la suivante:13 125 prélèvements effectués le 3 août12 288 analyses réalisées le 3 août813 787 cas négatifs le 4 août60 000 cas confirmés le 4 aoûtPour en savoir plus sur la situation au Québec: https://t.co/fiqW5E4y8R— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) August 5, 2020\nAs of August 4, 2020, Quebec has recorded 60,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, but that number could be just a fraction of the total number of infections in the province.