Hospitalizations in Quebec increased by 16 over the previous day with 254 new patients admitted and 238 discharged, putting an end to four consecutive days of decreases.
Annabelle has a degree in geography and environmental studies and she continues to be interested in the interactions between humans and their environment and how they shape each other.
A former fashion designer, Annabelle still enjoys creating and when she’s not making something, you can find her reading a good book.
The woman’s death is the second one to hit the homeless community in just two weeks, after a 74-year-old man was found Jan. 10 in a makeshift camp in Montreal.
The province is reporting 3,351 COVID-19 hospitalizations on Friday for a decrease of 60 over the previous day. There is also a drop in the amount of patients in ICU.
After more than two months of being closed overnight due to staff shortages amid surging COVID-19 cases, the Lachine Hospital ER will reopen to walk-in patients as of Jan. 24.
On Wednesday, UPAC reminded people that producing, trafficking or using a fraudulent COVID-19 vaccine passport could lead to various charges under the Criminal Code.
Quebec reported 88 more deaths attributed to the virus on Wednesday, bringing the death toll since the start of the pandemic to 12,541.
Quebec says there are now 3,381 people hospitalized from COVID-19, with 286 people in intensive care, an increase of four as the Omicron wave continues in the province.
Premier François Legault confirmed this week that students would be returning to in-class learning starting on Monday, with other provinces following suit.
Of the 3,085 hospital patients for COVID-19 in Quebec, 275 are being treated in intensive care units, according to the latest numbers released by the province.
The SQ said Joshua Sarroino, a 27-year-old Laval man, is facing first-degree murder charges in connection with a fatal shooting inside a restaurant in 2019.
Premier François Legault had opened the door to dialogue with the NHL in November, professing an interest in seeing professional hockey return to Quebec City.
Health officials in Quebec have also announced 45 new deaths and just under 8,800 new cases of COVID-19 as the Omicron wave continues in the province.
Investigators are treating the explosion on Monday morning as a double murder and a suicide,
Premier François Legault said the tax is under consideration over the burden those who aren’t vaccinated are having on the health-care system.
The province is reporting 62 new deaths in the past 24 hours, along with another big increase in people being hospitalized from COVID-19.