On Monday, May 31, Quebec recorded its lowest number of new COVID-19 cases since September 2020. The news comes as the province pushes ahead with its gradual reopening plan.\nThe government reported 276 new cases on May 31. According to data from the Institut national de santé publique (INSPQ), the province previously hadn't seen fewer than 300 new cases since September 14, 2020.\nEditor's Choice: Quebec Has Been Ranked The #3 Most Miserable Province In Canada During The Pandemic\n\n#COVID19 - En date du 30 mai, voici la situation au Québec: https://t.co/FxK4or5HJ4Cette semaine, nous attendons 540 540 doses de Pfizer et 90 500 doses de Moderna. pic.twitter.com/6ANvfmYXhE— Santé Québec (@sante_qc) May 31, 2021\n\nLast year, cases gradually increased starting in September and reached a peak in early January. \nRecent data shows that cases have been gradually decreasing steadily in recent weeks.\nAt the time of writing, a total of 5,583,075 vaccine doses have been administered in Quebec.