COVID-19: Top doctor confirms British Columbia in second wave of pandemic


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The staff member last worked at the store on October 12.

It is the second Loblaws location to be affected by a COVID-19 case in the past two weeks.

A staff member at the Real Canadian Superstore in Vancouver on Marine Drive tested positive on October 11. Their last shift was on October 7.

Sobeys says an employee at a Penticton Safeway tested positive for COVID-19 on October 13. The staff member last worked at the store, located at 1301 Main Street in Penticton, on October 13.

Meanwhile, the BC Center for Disease Control added a number of new flights to its exhibit watchlist over the weekend, including Air Transat 932 Toronto to Vancouver (exhibit September 30) Air Flight 115 Canada, Toronto to Vancouver (October 9) WestJet 182, Kelowna to Calgary (October 10) WestJet Flight 195, Calgary to Victoria (October 11) Delta 3702, Seattle to Vancouver (October 12) KLM 681, Amsterdam to Vancouver (October 12) Flair 8513, Saskatoon to Vancouver (October 12) and Air Canada Flight 241, Edmonton to Vancouver (October 14)

There are now 4,028 people isolated in British Columbia after being potentially exposed to COVID-19, while the federal government extended the ban on non-essential travel to and from the United States until November 21, 2019. less.

Alberta has reported 898 new cases in the past three days. Alberta has 3,138 active cases (the highest on record) of which 117 are hospitalized, including 18 in intensive care. Two hundred and ninety-two people have died from COVID-19-related causes in Alberta.

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