COVID-19 : 739 nouveaux cas et 13 décès au Québec | Coronavirus

26 Février, 2021, 14:24 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • COVID-19 : 739 nouveaux cas au Québec

Elles font également état de 13 nouveaux décès, le nombre total de décès s'élève à 10 330.

En ce qui concerne les variants, 12 nouveaux cas ont été confirmés dans les 24 dernières heures.

Un décès non attribuable à la COVID-19 a été retiré du bilan total des pertes de vie dues à la maladie.

Les hospitalisations ont diminué, tout comme le cumul des personnes aux soins intensifs. Il s'agit donc d'un recul de 86 hospitalisations par rapport à la semaine dernière.

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Pour prendre rendez-vous, vous pouvez vous rendre au www.quebec.ca/vaccincovid ou contactez le 1-877-644-4545 du lundi au vendredi de 8 h à 18h et les fins de semaine de 8 h 30 à 16 h 30.

Les opérations de dépistage se poursuivent dans la province, où 17 970 tests ont été effectués le 21 février.

Quant aux doses de vaccins, la région administrative recevra 5 850 doses pour la semaine du 1 mars, 4 280 pour la semaine du 9 mars et 5 350 pour la semaine du 15 mars pour l'ensemble de Chaudières-Appalaches. Jusqu'à maintenant, 509 325 doses ont été reçues.

Dans la Capitale-Nationale, la situation continue de s'améliorer avec un taux de 36,2 cas actifs pour 100 000 habitants.

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