BEFORE CHRIST. reports 26 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths over three days

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Health officials reported 26 new cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia on Monday. in the past three days and no new deaths.








Dr. Bonnie Henry on the reopening of British Columbia casinos

Dr. Bonnie Henry on the reopening of British Columbia casinos

Ten cases occurred from Friday to Saturday, 14 from Saturday to Sunday and two from Sunday to Monday.

There are 2,904 confirmed cases of the disease in the province. Of this number, 2,577 patients have fully recovered, or approximately 89%.

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BEFORE CHRIST. now has 153 active cases. Eighteen patients are hospitalized, including five in intensive care.

The death toll in the province for COVID-19 is still 174.

Over the weekend, Vancouver Coastal Health informed the public of a possible exposure to COVID-19 at a strip club in Vancouver.










Restarting Phase 3: Impact on Aboriginal Communities in British Columbia


Restarting Phase 3: Impact on Aboriginal Communities in British Columbia

Provincial health worker Dr. Bonnie Henry said three people attended the Brandi’s Exotic Show Lounge on Hornby Street between 9 p.m. and 3 am from June 21 to 24 tested positive for the new coronavirus.

Anyone who has attended Brandi during these hours should monitor themselves for symptoms for 14 days.

Henry says contact tracing is underway in relation to the exhibition event and “several close contacts are isolated. “

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– With files from Simon Little

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