COVID cases in British Columbia jump again, to 722, as total number of deaths in province surpasses 1,600 – fr

0
13
COVID cases in British Columbia jump again, to 722, as total number of deaths in province surpasses 1,600 – fr


British Columbia recorded 722 more cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing the provincial total to 134,341 cases since the start of the pandemic.

Seven more people have died from the virus, bringing that total to 1,602.

Click here to see the data »
Click here to see the data »

The story continues under the ad

There are 445 people left in the hospital – a decrease of 12 since Thursday – but three more are in the intensive care unit, for a total of 157.

British Columbia has 6,757 active cases of the virus.


Click to play video: `` Woman in British Columbia develops rare blood clot disorder after AstraZeneca vaccine ''







British Columbia woman develops rare blood clot disorder after AstraZeneca vaccine


British Columbia woman develops rare blood clot disorder after AstraZeneca vaccine

Compared to the start of the week, the number of cases increased slightly on Friday, with the previous 48 hours showing numbers in lowercase.

Read more:

COVID-19 death, 694 new cases as British Columbia reaches 2 million vaccine doses administered

British Columbia reported one new death from COVID-19 and 694 new cases on Thursday, and a day earlier, 572 new cases – the lowest total since March 20 – with no new deaths.

Click here to see the data »
The story continues under the ad
Click here to see the data »

Show link »


© 2021 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.



LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here