COVID-19 Pandemic - The government presents its daily update

QUÉBEC CITY, July 13, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ - The latest data of the evolution of COVID-19 in Québec reveal 100 new cases over the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of people infected to 56,621. During the same period, 1 new death was recorded, for a total of 5,628. The number of hospitalizations decreased by 1, for an overall total of 305. Among these, 21 patients are in intensive care, an increase of 1. On July 11, 8,535 tests were performed, for a cumulative total of 973,772.

Summary Data Evolution Table

Date

New confirmed cases

New deaths

Hospitalizations

Hospitalizations in intensive care

Tests performed

July 7

60

9

347

(-30)

26

(+1)

9,358

July 8

82

6

331

(-16)

27

(+1)

11,454

July 9

137

2

308

(-23)

27

(0)

12,232

July 10

100

2

317

(+9)

24

(-3)

10,753

July 11

91

4

313

(-4)

22

(-2)

8,535

July 12

114

3

306

(-7)

20

(-2)

NA

July 13

100

1

305

(-1)

21

(+1)

NA

Please note that the data in the table was captured at 4 p.m. the day before the date shown and cover the preceding 24 hours, except for testing data, which is subject to a 48-hour availability delay and corresponds to tests made on the actual date shown.

A reminder concerning public health instructions

To limit to the utmost the virus' spread, it is important to:

  • frequently wash your hands for 20 seconds with soap and water, especially when you come in from outside;
  • use alcohol-based disinfectant on your hands if soap and water are unavailable;
  • for anyone over the age of 16, remember that the physical distance of 2 meters is the general rule to respect. When it is not possible to do so, wearing a face covering is highly recommended. Wearing a face covering becomes mandatory as of today in public transit for any individual over the age of 12;
  • for any gathering in a private outdoor or indoor place, respect the maximum of 10 people. It is strongly recommended that these people come from a maximum of 3 different households.
  • limit your travel as much as possible.

Should symptoms appear:

  • self-isolate
  • cough into your elbow;
  • immediately discard tissues after use and wash your hands;
  • consult the Self-care Guide or call 1 877 644-4545 to find out about procedures to be followed.

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