COVID-19 update of May 2: Here is the latest information on coronaviruses in British Columbia.

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Here is your daily update with everything you need to know about the new situation of coronaviruses in British Columbia. for May 2, 2020.

Here is your daily update with everything you need to know about the new situation of coronaviruses in British Columbia. for May 2, 2020.

We will provide summaries of what is going on in British Columbia. here so you can get the latest news at a glance. This page will be updated regularly throughout the day, with developments added over time.

Check back here for more updates throughout the day.


CASE SUMMARY

According to the latest figures from May 2:
• Total number of confirmed cases in British Columbia: 2,145
• New cases since May 1, 26
• Hospitalized cases: 72
• Intensive care: to be determined
• Deaths: 114
• Recovered: 1,376
• Long-term care and assisted living homes currently affected: 24

The next update will take place on Monday.

IN DEPTH: COVID-19: Here are all the B.C. cases of the new coronavirus


GUIDES AND LINKS

• COVID-19: here’s everything you need to know about the new coronavirus

• COVID-19: events in the Vancouver area postponed or canceled due to the spread of the virus

• COVID-19: what is open and closed in the Greater Vancouver area due to the coronavirus

• BEFORE CHRIST. COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool


LATEST UPDATES

1:00 p.m. – Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister of Education Rob Fleming talk to children

NEWS 1130 is hosting a live Facebook Q&A this Saturday at 1 p.m. British Columbia’s best doctor Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister of Education Rob Fleming join legislative reporter Liza Yuzda and Thor Diakow of Breakfast Television to speak directly to children in British Columbia .

Your children can submit questions by video in advance on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Be sure to include their first name, age and city.

12 p.m. – BC. has 26 new cases, two more deaths

Dr. Bonnie Henry, a provincial health worker in British Columbia, said there were 26 new cases for a total of 2,171 confirmed cases of COVID-19. There were two other deaths on Saturday, bringing the total to 114.

10:00 a.m.- The petition of hairdressers and barbers collects more than 700 signatures

Some hairdressers and barbers use British Columbia. the government will not choose hair salons to reopen first as the province prepares to revive the economy.

BEFORE CHRIST. Prime Minister John Horgan spoke of reopening the economy in stages starting in mid-May.

However, a petition on Change.org, which had more than 700 signatures on Saturday morning, urged the government not to allow hairdressers and barbers to return to work first.

“Our government has made incredible strides in controlling the spread of COVID-19 and must understand that a decision to reopen lounges first would expose our communities and our economy to greater risk than benefit. We hope that businesses operating close to the public as nurses remain closed for the time being, “said the petition.

9:00 a.m. – Number of cases reported in Canada

The Canadian Press reports that Canada now has 55,572 cases of COVID-19, including 3,446 deaths. Quebec has the most with 28,648 cases and 2,022 deaths, followed by Ontario with 17,119 cases and 1,176 deaths.


LOCAL RESOURCES

Here are a number of COVID-19 information and landing pages from various health and government agencies.

• BEFORE CHRIST. COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool

• Vancouver Coastal Health – Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

• HealthLink B.C. – Coronavirus Information Page (COVID-19)

• BEFORE CHRIST. Center for Disease Control – New Coronavirus (COVID-19)

• Government of Canada – Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19): Outbreak Update

• World Health Organization – Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

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