COVID-19 Update: June 3, 2020

22 new cases in BC (total: 2623; Δ 0.8%)
905 VCH (prev: 904; Δ 1; 0.1%; 34.5% of all)
1332 FHA (prev: 1311; Δ 21; 1.6%; 50.8% of all)
195 IHA (prev: 195; Δ 0; 0.0%; 7.4% of all)
127 VIHA (prev: 127; Δ 0; 0.0%; 4.8% of all)
64 NHA (prev: 64; Δ 0; 0.0%; 2.4% of all)
Total Active Cases: 214; 8.2% of total
Δ 7 (0.2%)

32 Hospitalized (prev: 31; Δ 1; 3.2%; 1.2% of total)
7 ICU (prev: 8; Δ -1; -12.5%; 0.3% of total)
2243 recovered (prev: 2229; Δ 14; 0.6%; 85.5% of total)
166 deaths to date (prev: 165; Δ 1; 0.6%; 6.3% of total)
Recovery Rate: 85.5% Δ -0.2%


“There have been no new health-care facility outbreaks and two outbreaks have now been declared over at Cottage-Worthington Pavilion and The Cedars in Mission. In total, six long-term care or assisted-living facilities continue to have active outbreaks.

“Public health teams also continue to provide support for the seven ongoing community outbreaks.

Other messages from Bonnie Henry and Adrian Dix

“COVID-19 continues to bring challenges for all of us, and in the face of this hurdle, British Columbians have continued to stand together while staying apart.

“Racialized communities face obstacles that others to do not, and we have seen British Columbians proudly stand up and speak out against racism.

“Exercising our right to peaceful demonstration is extremely important, and equally important is keeping our communities, loved ones and friends safe during this pandemic.

“Whether going to the grocery store, seeing friends on a patio or attending a peaceful demonstration, the same rules for safe physical distancing apply.

“Be mindful of the risks you are taking and continue to follow the provincial health officer’s order to limit gatherings to no more than 50 people.

“Consider alternative ways to peacefully demonstrate, as we have seen elsewhere. Gather in smaller numbers in multiple locations, maintain a safe physical distance from those around you and use a non-medical cloth mask for the brief periods when in closer contact to others.

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