Vacation measures to combat COVID-19 ‘weren’t adopted to the letter’: Drouin

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Many of the metropolis’s 100 office outbreaks are small, affecting solely two or three individuals, she added.

Montreal reported 837 new cases Friday, down from 871 the day prior to this.

The variety of COVID-19 instances on the island of Montreal continued to extend over the Christmas holidays, although colleges and non-essential companies have been closed.

There have been 11,791 new instances between Dec. 22 and Jan. four, in comparison with 9,433 instances the earlier two weeks.

The toughest-hit areas are Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Villeray—St-Michel—Parc-Extension, Ahuntsic-Cartierville and St-Léonard.

The rise in infections continues to place huge strain on Montreal’s hospitals. Ste-Justine, the province’s largest pediatric hospital, will begin treating grownup sufferers underneath the age of 40 beginning Jan. 18.