It’s a new month! There has been an increase in 2597 cases over the past 48 hours. 9 cases between Saturday and Sunday. 15 cases between Sunday and Monday. For Saturday numbers, please click here.
24 new cases in BC (total: 2597; Δ 0.9%)
904 VCH (prev: 902; Δ 2; 0.2%; 34.8% of all)
1307 FHA (prev: 1285; Δ 22; 1.7%; 50.3% of all)
195 IHA (prev: 195; Δ 0; 0.0%; 7.5% of all)
127 VIHA (prev: 127; Δ 0; 0.0%; 4.9% of all)
64 NHA (prev: 64; Δ 0; 0.0%; 2.5% of all)
Total Active Cases: 225; 8.7% of total
Δ -3 (-0.2%)
32 Hospitalized (prev: 35; Δ -3; -8.6%; 1.2% of total)
5 ICU (prev: 5; Δ 0; 0.0%; 0.2% of total)
2207 recovered (prev: 2181; Δ 26; 1.2%; 85.0% of total)
165 deaths to date (prev: 164; Δ 1; 0.6%; 6.4% of total)
Recovery Rate: 85.0% Δ 0.2%
Outbreaks and Deaths
Long-Term Care Outbreaks
13 active outbreaks. 12 in long-term care and 1 in acute care. 556 cases associated with health-care facility outbreaks. 1 resident and 1 staff increase. Clayton Heights declared over.
No new community outbreaks
One long-term care home death in Fraser Health.
Transit is now fully operational in British Columbia. If you are taking transit, Bonnie Henry wants you to wear a mask. Safe physical distancing might be an issue on public transit during certain peak hours. If you cannot wear a mask, Bonnie Henry asks that you take transit during non-peak hours.
Camping is now fully operational in British Columbia. Bonnie Henry wants us to enjoy the outdoors. If you’re not feeling well, stay home. No exceptions.
A third of students have returned back to school in K-12 education institutions.
Currently the Province of BC has conducted 146,432 tests. Within the last 48 hour period, 1,166 tests have been conducted.
The British Columbia testing rate is 24,409 tests per 1,000,000. The national average is 44,996 tests per 1,000,000.
There has been an increase of 24 cases over the past 48 hours, since the Saturday report. There has been an increase of 1 in long-term care and 23 in the community.
Saturday to Sunday
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Sunday to Monday
Breakdown by Health Authority
Numbers will be reported here after 5 p.m. when they are released to the public by BC CDC.
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