Quebec reported on Monday 639 new cases of COVID-19, one new death and an increase in hospitalizations.
Of the new cases, 447 are people who were unvaccinated or who received only a single dose less than 14 days ago. Forty-five are people who received a single dose 14 days or more ago and 147 are people who received a second dose seven days or more ago.
The provincial toll now stands at 398,425 people infected since the start of the pandemic, of which 380,825 have recovered. The province also has 11,305 deaths attributed to the virus.
The number of hospitalizations climbed from 14 to 227. Of these patients, 75 people are in intensive care, a number that has remained stable since the last assessment.
Thirty-seven people entered hospital on Sunday, 26 of whom were either unvaccinated or had only received a single dose less than 14 days ago. One person had received a single dose at least 14 days ago and 10 had received a second dose at least seven days ago.
A total of 22,429 samples were taken on September 11.
Regarding vaccination, 13,034 doses of vaccine have been administered in Quebec in the last 24 hours, for a total of 12,635,280 since the start of the vaccination campaign. Outside the province, 147,545 doses were received by Quebecers.
According to the Institut national de santé publique du Québec, 77.4% of the population has received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Among those aged 12 and over, 88.3% have received at least one dose and 83.3% are adequately vaccinated.