COVID-19: Quebec registers 6 new deaths as hospitalizations, ICU cases fall

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Quebec reported six additional deaths and a 34-patient drop linked to the COVID-19 pandemic Thursday.

Pandemic-related hospitalizations came to a total of 1,105 following 49 admissions and 83 discharges in the last day.

The number of intensive care unit cases stood at 24, a decrease of seven.

The province also recorded 699 new infections of the novel coronavirus based on PCR testing, which remains accessible to only certain high-risk groups.

Officials say 12,159 tests were given at those screening sites on Tuesday, the latest day for which that data is given.

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The health department reported the results of 245 additional rapid tests were added to the online portal, including 205 positive results.

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Quebec administered 6,136 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in the past 24 hours. The immunization campaign has doled out more than 19.9 million shots to date.

The number of health-care workers absent from work for pandemic-related reasons dropped by eight in the last day for a total of 3,943.

The province has reported a total of 1,067,605 official infections and 15,433 deaths related to the health crisis.

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