MONTREAL -- UPDATE: The source data from Quebec public health was transferred to a new system on July 27, and it required a few adjustments for July 28 relating to the number of confirmed cases and deaths. The information made public Wednesday should have reported 112 new cases (instead of 176) for a total of 59,009 and two new deaths (instead of none) for a total of 5,672.

Our original story follows.

There are 5,670 people who have died of COVID-19 in Quebec, health authorities announced Wednesday, as confirmed cases in the province reached 59,073.

The number of fatalities remains unchanged from the 5,670 deaths reported Tuesday.

COVID-19 cases in Quebec rose 176 from the total of 58,897 announced a day earlier.

There are 190 people being treated for COVID-19 in Quebec hospitals as of Wednesday, down three from the 193 reported Tuesday. Of those in a hospital, nine are in intensive care, up one from the eight reported 24 hours earlier.

Due to a technical issue, Quebec did not report on Wednesday an updated number of people who have recovered from COVID-19; it had reported 50,886 recoveries as of Monday.

Quebec reported that it completed analyses of 12,295 COVID-19 tests on Monday, up 1,418 from the 10,877 it completed a day earlier. (Quebec reports its daily testing figures from two days prior).