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Situation of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Montréal

  

Data in the Situation in Montréal section are now from Monday to Friday, except on public holidays.

To find out more about the situation in Québec, go to Québec.ca/coronavirus.

Current situation in Montréal

Data as of July 6, 2020, at 12 p.m.

Confirmed cases
 

27,425

Deaths
 

3,408

Public retirement homes (RPA) and long-term care facilities (CHSLD) with at least one confirmed case of COVID-19

15

Numbers of confirmed cases and deaths

Numbers of confirmed cases and deaths by CIUSSS

CIUSSS Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 4,252 15.9 1,144.1 472 127.0
CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 3,318 12.4 1,031.6 523 162.6
CIUSSS de l'Est-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 8,621 32.2 1,589.2 985 181.6
CIUSSS du Nord-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 6,918 25.8 1,527.9 813 179.6
CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 3,691 13.8 978.7 575 152.5
Territory to be confirmed² 625 - - 40 -
Total for Montréal 27,425 - 1,327.6 3,408 165.0

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 05 July, 4:06 PM
²Home addresses are currently being documented and therefore territories cannot be confirmed at this time.

Numbers of confirmed cases and deaths by borough or linked city

Borough or linked city Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
Ahuntsic–Cartierville 2,352 8.8 1,752.0 354 263.7
Anjou 705 2.6 1,647.4 51 119.2
Baie-D'Urfé 31 0.1 * 810.9 < 5 n.p.
Beaconsfield 61 0.2 315.7 8 n.p.
Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 2,187 8.2 1,313.4 260 156.1
Côte-Saint-Luc 519 1.9 1,599.5 61 188.0
Dollard-des-Ormeaux 419 1.6 856.9 79 161.6
Dorval 192 0.7 1,011.6 48 252.9
Hampstead 53 0.2 760.1 < 5 n.p.
Kirkland 116 0.4 575.7 23 * 114.1
Lachine 631 2.4 1,418.3 104 233.8
LaSalle 1,203 4.5 1,565.3 177 230.3
L'Île-Bizard–Sainte-Geneviève 211 0.8 1,145.9 45 244.4
Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 2,294 8.6 1,686.5 373 274.2
Montréal-Est 44 0.2 1,142.9 5 n.p.
Montréal-Nord 2,564 9.6 3,043.9 246 292.0
Montréal-Ouest 20 0.1 * 396.0 < 5 n.p.
Mont-Royal 282 1.1 1,390.8 73 360.0
Outremont 271 1.0 1,131.3 10 * 41.7
Pierrefonds–Roxboro 542 2.0 782.1 34 * 49.1
Plateau-Mont-Royal 895 3.3 860.6 136 130.8
Pointe-Claire 221 0.8 704.3 41 130.7
Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles 2,167 8.1 2,030.1 236 221.1
Rosemont–La Petite Patrie 1,565 5.8 1,121.1 233 166.9
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue 18 0.1 * 363.0 < 5 n.p.
Saint-Laurent 1,083 4.0 1,095.8 115 116.4
Saint-Léonard 1,108 4.1 1,415.0 62 79.2
Senneville < 5 0.0 n.p. 0 -
Sud-Ouest 908 3.4 1,161.9 177 226.5
Verdun 955 3.6 1,379.5 157 226.8
Ville-Marie 816 3.0 915.1 86 96.4
Villeray–Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension 2,177 8.1 1,513.4 131 91.1
Westmount 185 0.7 910.8 24 * 118.2
Territory to be confirmed2 628 - - 50 -
Total for Montréal 27,425 - 1,327.6 3,408 165.0

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 05 July, 4:06 PM

²Home addresses are currently being documented and therefore territories cannot be confirmed at this time.
* Because of the small number of reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value isn't optimal and should therfore be interpreted with caution
n.p. Because of the very small number or reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value is considered too low to be published

 

Numbers of confirmed cases and deaths by age group

Age group Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
0-4 years 337 1.2 304.0 0 -
5-9 years 307 1.1 284.3 0 -
10-19 years 1,046 3.8 525.9 0 -
20-29 years 3,302 12.1 1,025.1 < 5 n.p.
30-39 years 3,497 12.8 1,064.4 < 5 n.p.
40-49 years 3,781 13.8 1,358.4 15 * 5.4
50-59 years 3,435 12.6 1,338.3 65 25.3
60-69 years 2,374 8.7 1,096.2 215 99.3
70-79 years 2,403 8.8 1,660.7 588 406.4
80 years and more 6,856 25.1 6,785.4 2,518 2,492.1
Missing 87 - - - -
Total 27,425 - 1,327.6 3,408 165.0

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 05 July, 4:06 PM

* Because of the small number of reported cases in relation with the total population, the precision of the rate value isn't optimal and should therfore be interpreted with caution

Numbers of confirmed cases and deaths by sex

Gender Number of confirmed cases¹ Distribution of cases (%) Rate per 100,000 people Number
of deaths
Rate of mortality per 100,000 people
Men 11,382 41.6 1,111.2 1,500 146.4
Women 15,967 58.4 1,533.3 1,907 183.1
Unknown 76 - - < 5 -
Total 27,425 - 1,327.6 3,408 165.0

¹Source : Fichier V10, extracted on 05 July, 4:06 PM

Changes in the situation in Montréal, June 30, 2020

Montréal’s regional public health department has published a portrait of the COVID-19 situation on the Island of Montréal. The portrait provides data on the number of cases and deaths in each Montréal borough and linked city.

Cases are presented by age group and type of setting (community or CHSLD, residences or housing resources), as well as for healthcare workers. Deaths are shown by type of setting.

The data will be updated every Wednesday.

Epidemic curve of confirmed cases of COVID-19

Update on the health of Montrealers

Montréal's regional public health department is launching a series entitled Update on the health of Montrealers during the pandemic, in which various themes and realities related to COVID-19 in the city will be addressed.

 

COVID-19 is hitting harder in the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods on the island of Montréal

As of May 16th, there were 2.5 times more people with COVID-19 in Montréal’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods than in the most affluent ones. The gap has been constantly growing since the beginning of the pandemic. This finding is drawn
from data related to the number of cases in the community and not in closed settings such as CHSLDs, and can be used to put forward possible avenues for action to improve the situation in those neighbourhoods.

La COVID-19 et la mortalité excédentaire

Durant les premiers mois de la pandémie, le pic de mortalité dans la population montréalaise est survenu entre le 19 avril et le 2 mai 2020
Dans le contexte d’une pandémie, une augmentation de la mortalité peut être attribuable aux décès directement liés à l’infection, ici la COVID-19, mais aussi à d’autres causes de décès indirectement liées à la pandémie. Il est utile de comparer la mortalité totale, incluant toutes les causes de décès, avec la mortalité totale des années précédentes afin d’estimer l’ampleur de la mortalité excédentaire. 

 

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Last Update : 06 July 2020