QUEBEC RECORDS HIGHEST DAILY PROVINCIAL COVID-19 CASE COUNT OF PANDEMIC

Dec 21, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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Quebec sets a new record for most new daily infections since the pandemic hit — 5,043.
More than 1,600 are in Montreal which has declared a new renewed state of emergency.
Mayor Valerie Plante made the announcement virtually from home where she’s in isolation after testing positive last Saturday.
With the situation expected to ”worsen over the next few weeks,” the city says it will be able to buy personal protective equipment (PPE) and screening equipment for essential workers.
The developments come the day after the Quebec government announced new restrictions aimed at trying to get a handle on the situation there.
Bars, cinemas, entertainment venues, gyms, spas are closed as are schools for in-person learning until January 10.
Restaurants in Quebec are operating at half capacity between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Pro and amateur sports will be played with no crowds.
Working from home is mandatory for all non-essential workers.
Ontario held the previous provincial daily record with 4,812 cases back in April.
Meanwhile, the province is reporting 3,453 new cases — down 331 from the previous day.
412 are hospitalized with COVID, with 165 in ICUs.
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