1. Coronavirus cases rise by 103 in Quebec with two more deaths  CTV News Montreal
  2. Quebec reports 103 new COVID-19 cases, two more deaths  Montreal Gazette
  3. COVID-19 in Quebec: What you need to know this weekend  CBC.ca
  4. Active coronavirus cases in Quebec at 1,469 with 160 new infections and nine more deaths  CTV News Montreal
  5. Quebec reported 160 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday  Montreal Gazette
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As three regions get set to go from yellow to green zones, Quebec reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths due to the virus.As three regions get set to go from yellow to green zones, Quebec reported 103 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths due to the virus.

Coronavirus cases rise by 103 in Quebec with two more deaths | CTV News

This is the fewest new cases reported since August 2020.

Quebec reports 103 new COVID-19 cases, two more deaths | Montreal Gazette

Quebec reports 103 new COVID-19 cases, two more deaths | Montreal Gazette

Quebecers wishing to get a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a walk-in clinic will have to wait until at least June 24, as the government deals with delivery delays.Quebecers wishing to get a second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a walk-in clinic will have to wait until at least June 24, as the government deals with delivery delays.

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The province saw 70,291 doses of the vaccine administered on Saturday for a total of over 7.3 million.The province saw 70,291 doses of the vaccine administered on Saturday for a total of over 7.3 million.

Quebec reports just over 100 new COVID-19 cases, 2 more deaths - Montreal | Globalnews.ca

MONTREAL — Quebec says walk-in clinics won't be able to offer Pfizer vaccines for the next several days due to a shipping delay. A Friday evening statement from the Ministry of Health says the 546,000 shots expected to be delivered over the weekend now won't arrive until June 24 or 25, prompting the temporary pause that takes effect today and is expected to lift when doses land. The Ministry statement says there's currently enough supply to ensure previously booked appointments can proceed overMONTREAL — Quebec says walk-in clinics won't be able to offer Pfizer vaccines for the next several days due to a shipping delay. A Friday evening statement from the Ministry of Health says the 546,000 shots expected to be delivered over the weekend now won't arrive until June 24 or 25, prompting the temporary pause that takes effect today and is expected to lift when doses land. The Ministry statement says there's currently enough supply to ensure previously booked appointments can proceed over

Quebec pauses Pfizer shots at walk-in clinics for several days over delivery delays

Of the new cases reported in Quebec on Saturday, 73 were in Montreal.

Quebec reported 160 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday | Montreal Gazette

Quebec reported 160 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday | Montreal Gazette

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This comes as Quebec announced Friday evening that walk-in clinics won't be able to offer Pfizer vaccines for the next several days due to a shipping delay.This comes as Quebec announced Friday evening that walk-in clinics won't be able to offer Pfizer vaccines for the next several days due to a shipping delay.

Quebec reports 160 new COVID-19 cases, 9 more deaths as vaccinations top 7.2 million - Montreal | Globalnews.ca