Eleven additional deaths, 813 new cases reported in British Columbia – .

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Eleven additional deaths, 813 new cases reported in British Columbia – .


The BC Center for Disease Control reported 813 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths on Wednesday.

The update brought British Columbia’s seven-day average for new cases to 754, the highest since the first week of May.

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Of the new cases, 303 were in Fraser Health Region, 102 in Vancouver Coastal Health Region, 208 in Interior Health Region, 118 in Northern Health Region, and 82 in Vancouver Health Region. Isle.

Health officials said people who were not fully vaccinated accounted for 72% of all cases in the past week and 80.8% of hospitalized cases in the past two weeks.

Nine out of 10 COVID-19 patients in intensive care were not fully immunized.

There have been 6,185 active cases across the province and new outbreaks have been reported at the Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops and the University Hospital of Northern BC in Prince George.









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Authorities reported 340 infectious cases in hospital, surging to 24 overnight. Of those, 146 were in critical or intensive care, an increase of five from Tuesday.

Last week, the province acknowledged that dozens of people initially admitted to hospital for COVID-19 but who were no longer contagious or were now being treated for other problems remained hospitalized, but were not included in the daily count.

As of September 21, there were 152 of these patients. The province has not released an updated figure.








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Officials said more than 4.07 million people, representing 87.9% of eligible people and 79.1% of the entire population of British Columbia, had received at least one dose of the COVID vaccine. 19.

Of these, 3.74 million people, representing 80.8% of eligible people and 72.7% of the population of British Columbia, received two doses.

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Since the start of the pandemic, British Columbia has reported 186,245 cases and 1,953 deaths.

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