COVID-19 : 815 nouveaux cas et 11 décès supplémentaires au Québec | Coronavirus

27 Février, 2021, 11:08 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • COVID-19 : 815 nouveaux cas et 11 décès supplémentaires au Québec | Coronavirus

La santé publique québécoise a recensé 815 nouveaux cas de COVID-19 depuis 24 heures, ainsi que 11 décès supplémentaires.

Le nombre total de personnes infectées dans la province depuis le début de la pandémie s'élève maintenant à 286 145, dont 267 885 sont considérées comme rétablies. Aucun décès ne s'ajoute depuis le dernier bilan.

Le nombre d'hospitalisations s'élève à 633, une diminution de 22. Huit des onze décès rapportés vendredi sont survenus entre le 19 et le 24 février, et trois avant le 19 février.

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On a réalisé 32 071 prélèvements et 33 813 analyses le 23 février. Plus de 12 000 doses de vaccin ont aussi été administrées au cours de la dernière journée, pour un total de plus de 400 000 doses.

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