Quebec's Minister of Health cautions, but states that the situation is currently "under control" as the state faces rising COVID-19 indicators. I am.
Christian Duvetprovided up-to-date information on Thursday's pandemic, and while the government had no plans to implement new regulations, the population was "extremely vigilant." He said it was necessary.
"The virus exists, but we need to live with it and we need to limit its spread," he said.
Quebec has abolished almost all public health measures and made masking a personal choice, with the exception of hospitals, long-term care facilities and other medical facilities.
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Duvet is an effect that includes the period of quarantine for people infected with the virus. Dr. Luc Boileau, Director of Public Health, also advised people not only to wash their hands in crowded areas, but also to wear masks or keep physical distance from others.
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"The situation is a moment Our goal is to protect the most vulnerable people, "Dubet said.
Advice is given when the Ministry of Health reports on Wednesday 13 new deaths associated withCOVID-19and increased hospitalization for 56 patients.
There are 1,497 people hospitalized for this illness, 40 of whom are in the intensive care unit and more than 7,000 health care workers are absent from work related to COVID-19.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the state has reported 15,630 deaths from COVID-19, the highest in the country.
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