Lhe provincial toll now stands at 372,287 cases since the start of the pandemic, and 358,849 people have now recovered. There are 11,164 deaths linked to the virus.
One death has occurred in the past 24 hours, six between June 2 and 7 and one before June 2.
There are now 257 hospitalizations, a decrease of six from the previous day. The number of intensive care patients has not budged, remaining at 60.
A total of 25,054 samples were taken on June 7.
With regard to vaccination, 74,208 doses were administered in the last 24 hours, for a total of 6,297,804 doses in the province, to which are added 12,056 doses administered outside Quebec.
A total of 7,064,549 doses have been received in the province since the start of the vaccination campaign. On Tuesday, 49,140 doses of Pfizer’s vaccine were received, which completed the delivery of the 546,390 doses of this vaccine expected this week. 21,700 doses of Moderna’s vaccine are still expected this week.
According to the National Institute of Public Health of Quebec, 66.9% of the population has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The percentage rises to 76.5% if we include only people 12 years of age and over, the youngest not being eligible for vaccination.
A total of 9.4% of the population is considered to be adequately vaccinated, that is, they have received two doses of the vaccine, or only one if they have a history of COVID-19.
Across Canada, 1,395,999 cases of COVID-19 and 25,832 deaths have been reported since the virus first appeared in the country.
Here is the distribution of cases across the country since the start of the pandemic, according to the most recent provincial and territorial reports:
- 537,487 cases in Ontario, including 8,920 deaths;
- 372,287 cases in Quebec, including 11,164 deaths;
- 229,458 cases in Alberta, including 2,251 deaths;
- 145,695 cases in British Columbia, including 1,722 deaths;
- 53,153 cases in Manitoba, including 1,079 deaths;
- 47,517 cases in Saskatchewan, including 551 deaths;
- 5,694 cases in Nova Scotia, including 88 deaths;
- 2,267 cases in New Brunswick, including 44 deaths;
- 1,357 cases in Newfoundland and Labrador, including seven deaths;
- 649 cases in Nunavut, including four deaths;
- 206 cases in Prince Edward Island;
- 128 cases in the Northwest Territories;
- 88 cases in the Yukon, including two deaths.
To these provincial and territorial reports are added the 13 cases, all cured, among passengers repatriated from the cruise ship. Grand Princess March 10, 2020.