Quebec reports 151 new COVID-19 cases, two deaths
MONTREAL -- Quebec's COVID-19 numbers continued to remain low on Sunday.
The province reported 151 new novel coronavirus cases bringing the overall total to 372,989 since the start of the pandemic.
Of those, 359,981 people are reported to have recovered from the disease.
Quebec also added two more deaths due to the disease, which were reported between June 6 and 11.
Since the pandemic began, 11,172 Quebecers are reported to have died due to COVID-19, the province says.
Hospitalizations continue to drop in the province with 12 fewer patients receiving care for COVID-19 for a total of 215. Of those, 58 people are in intensive care wards, a decrease of one.
On June 11, 18,837 samples were analyzed.
Quebec health-care professionals administered 102,325 more vaccine doses, including 97,000 in the past 24 hours.
The province says that 5,811,953 people (77 per cent of the population) have received their first dose of vaccine, and that 895,968 people (12 per cent) have gotten both doses.
Six regions in Quebec reported more than 10 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday: Montreal (60 new, 131,973 total), Monteregie (24 new, 51,075 total), Outaouais (23 new, 12,363 total), Laval (18 new, 31,387 total), Lanaudiere (15 new, 23,888 total), and Chaudiere-Appalaches (12 new, 19,170 total).