Quebec is reporting the lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in one day after 889 new infections were added, according to provincial figures released Monday.
The last time the province recorded fewer than 1,000 cases was on March 30, with 864 cases.
Hospitalizations and deaths, however, continued to rise slightly.
There were eight new deaths due to COVID-19, including one in the last 24 hours, six between April 19 and 24 and one on an unknown date. Deaths due to COVID-19 stand at 10,886.
The number of people in hospital also rose by 10 for a total of 664, while the patients in the ICU also rose by two. There are now a total of 167 people in intensive care.
Another 1,355 people have recovered from the virus, bringing that total to 324,441.
Active cases in Quebec dropped by 474 for a total of 10,370 as of Monday.
Officials analyzed 28,133 samples on April 24.