Quebec's Daily New COVID-19 Case Count Hit A Low We Haven't Seen Since September
The provincial government reported 669 new cases of COVID-19 in Quebec on February 15, the lowest single-day total since September.
New COVID-19 cases in Quebec have declined daily since February 12, when the province reported 1,049 new coronavirus cases.
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of Quebecers who contracted COVID-19 have recovered
The government reported 20 new COVID-19-related deaths — six that occurred within the 24 hours prior to February 16, 13 that occurred between February 9 and 14, and one that occurred prior to February 9.
Quebec also reported a current total of 771 patients with COVID-19 being treated in Quebec hospitals.
Two COVID-19 patients left Quebec's intensive care units as of February 16, for a total of 134 patients in Quebec ICUs.
The government has administered 96% of COVID-19 vaccine doses it has received to date.
Montreal reported 316 and 328 new COVID-19 cases on February 14 and 15, respectively.