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COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know Tuesday

Editor’s Note: CBC Quebec will be phasing out this daily COVID-19 file later this month. Until then, this file will be published at 11 a.m. on weekdays. To follow COVID-19 data yourself directly, figures are available here. If the COVID-19 pandemic experiences a resurgence, this daily file will return.

  • On Tuesday, Quebec reported 1,007 people in hospital, including 26 in intensive care.
  • The province reported six deaths. Since the start of the pandemic, 15,456 people have died.
  • The province also reported 3,818 health-care workers absent for COVID-related reasons.
  • 91 per cent of the eligible population in the province (aged five and up) has received at least one dose of the vaccine; 55 per cent have received a third dose and 14 per cent have received a fourth dose.

Moderna plant to open in Saint-Laurent borough

Economy Minister Pierre Fitzgibbon says the pharmaceutical company Moderna will be setting up its vaccine production plant in Montreal’s Saint-Laurent borough. 

The plant’s exact location had remained unclear since the announcement in April that the company would settle in the Montreal area. 

Fitzgibbon was answering a question Monday to illustrate the attractiveness of Montreal when he gave the example of Moderna in the borough of Saint-Laurent.

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What should I know about COVID-19?

You can find information on COVID-19 in the province here and information on the situation in Montreal here

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