Daily COVID-19 cases in British Columbia continue to decline, with 250 –

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Daily COVID-19 cases in British Columbia continue to decline, with 250 – fr


VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – COVID-19 numbers are still moving in the right direction, with British Columbia registering 250 new cases in the past day. This is the third day in a row that the province has recorded fewer than 300 infections.

Of Wednesday’s new cases, 44 percent were in the Fraser Health Region. Another 34 percent were in the Vancouver Coastal Health area.

There are 296 people in the hospital, 97 of them in intensive care. Compared to Tuesday, these figures are down from 301 and 93 respectively.

Three other people have died from the disease, for a total of 1,683 deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Regarding vaccines, 2,979,951 doses were administered, of which 152,010 were second doses.

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British Columbia unveiled its restart plan, which includes the possibility of larger gatherings and province-wide travel starting June 15. If all goes according to plan, BC would essentially be fully reopened by September.

This plan depends on the number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations that decrease and remain low, as well as the vaccination of British Columbians.

“Since immunization is the foundation of our approach, it is critical to our success that we are all registered and vaccinated,” read a joint statement from Dr. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, and the Minister. of Health, Adrian Dix.



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