Quebec reported 633 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, in addition to seven additional deaths.
Of the new cases, 446 were unvaccinated or received a single dose of vaccine less than 14 days ago, 32 had received a single dose at least 14 days ago and 155 had received a second dose earlier. at least seven days.
The toll is now close to 400,000 cases in the province since the start of the pandemic, or 399,058 infected people, of which 381,505 have recovered. There are 11,312 deaths.
The number of hospitalizations is 230, an increase of three compared to Monday’s balance sheet. Of these patients, 78 are in intensive care, an increase of three.
Eighteen people entered the hospital on Monday. Of these patients, 15 were unvaccinated or had only received a single dose less than 14 days ago and three had received a second dose of the vaccine at least seven days ago.
A total of 21,079 samples were taken on September 12.
Regarding vaccination, 14,116 doses of vaccine were administered in the last 24 hours in the province, for a total of 12,650,493. Outside Quebec, 151,044 doses were received by Quebecers.
According to data from the National Institute of Public Health of Quebec, 77.4% of the population has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Among those aged 12 and over, 88.4% have received at least one dose and 83.4% are adequately vaccinated.