QUÉBEC CITY, July 6, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ - The most recent data on the evolution of COVID-19, in the last 24 hours, in Québec show:

  • 1 839 new cases, bringing the total number of people infected to 1,098,011*;
  • 13 new deaths reported in the last 24 hours, for a total of 15,630 deaths;
  • 7,041 health care workers absent for COVID-related reasons (preventive withdrawal, isolation, awaiting results, etc.);
  • 1,497 hospitalizations, for an increase of 56 compared to the previous day;
    • 183 new entries,
    • 127 new discharges;
  • 40 people in intensive care, for an increase of 1 compared to the previous day;
    • Due to a compilation problem, data on intensive care admissions and discharges are not available today. The situation will be restored tomorrow.
  • 14,465 samples conducted on July 4;
  • 240,214 self-declared rapid tests so far, including 199,124 positive: 715 declared for yesterday, including 642 positive.

*Note that the number of cases listed is not representative of the situation since access to screening centres is restricted to priority clienteles.


  • 7,130 doses administered are added, for a cumulative total of 20,078,507 doses received by Quebecers.

To follow the evolution of the data on a daily basis, consult the open data or the INSPQ website at https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/organization/msss This hyperlink will open in a new window. or at https://www.inspq.qc.ca/covid-19/donnees This hyperlink will open in a new window.. Note that certain data, especially the number of cases, deaths and doses administered, may be subject to daily readjustment for previous days, given that a catch-up is necessary due to a delay in data entry.

A reminder concerning public health instructions:

To limit the spread of the coronavirus as much as possible, it is important to follow basic preventive measures such as hand washing, physical distancing, wearing a face covering and following the instructions in effect.

Remember that in the event of symptoms, it is always essential to isolate yourself and consult one of the self-care guides This hyperlink will open in a new window. or call 1-877-644-4545 (or the telephone code corresponding to the region concerned) to find out the measures to be taken.

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Last update: July 6, 2022