Quebec Just Reported Over 200 New COVID-19 Cases Again
It's the third time in six days.
On Friday, the government reported 219 new COVID-19 cases in Quebec for a total of 64,463 since the beginning of the health crisis.
It's the third time in six days that new cases surpassed 200.
The government has also updated its breakdown of new cases by region, showing that on September 10 they were concentrated in Bas-Saint-Laurent, the Capitale-Nationale, Estrie, Montreal, Outaouais, Chaudière-Appalaches, and Montérégie.
New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Quebec
Also on Friday, Quebec issued ain bars and began requiring bars to who enter their establishments.
"This practice, which was already encouraged, aims to further facilitate the identification of contacts by public health authorities in the event of contamination," the Ministry of Health said.