Of these 23 deaths, 8 occurred in the last 24 hours, 11 were recorded on November 15 and 20, 3 occurred before November 15, and 1 death occurred on an unknown date.
Public health indicates that the number of hospitalizations has decreased by 4 compared to the day before, with a cumulative 642.
The number of intensive care patients has increased by 4. It now stands at 103.
The authorities also specify that the samples taken on November 20 are 34,217, for a total of 3,686,383.
With an overall toll of 132,042 cases, Quebec has the largest number of contaminations in Canada.
It is followed by Ontario, which reports 1,534 new cases Sunday, for a total of 103,912.
Saturday, the province had recorded 1,588 new cases, a record since the start of the pandemic.