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COVID-19 cases in Quebec drop below 300 for the third day in a row

COVID-19 cases in Quebec drop below 300 for the third day in a row

By Lela S.

Today, Wednesday, June 2, 2021, 288 new cases of COVID-19 were reported, which adds up to a total of 370,815 since the start of the pandemic. On Monday, I reported 276, and on Tuesday, 208 more were reported.

As well as that, 5 more deaths were reported, which totals to 11,138 since the start of the pandemic.

In total, 61.9 percent of the population has been vaccinated with at least their first dose. Half a million people have gotten their second dose.

This means that, according to Quebec’s health minister, the province is going to exceed its objective of vaccinating 5.3 million people by Thursday, 12 days ahead of its target date. Recently, he tweeted that we are 54 574 doses away to that humber.

On that date, Quebec’s government is expected to announce the details of its plan to speed up the roll-out of second doses to the public, as well as its plan to loosen the restrictions.

Speaking of vaccine doses, elementary and high school students will be able to have a normal back-to-school in September if 75 percent of 12-17 year olds are vaccinated and cases remain stable.

Montreal, the region with the highest number of daily cases, recorded 99 infections in the last 24 hours. Other regions each have fewer than thirty cases per day.

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