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The B.C. Ministry of Health has reported 36 new test-positive cases of novel coronavirus in the province over a three-day period since Friday, bringing the total number cases in B.C. to 2,745.

Between Friday and Saturday, the province recorded 14 test-positive cases, there were 16 cases between Saturday and Sunday, and six people tested positive for the virus between Sunday and Monday.

In total, 934 of test-positive cases are in the Vancouver Coastal Region, 1,420 in Fraser Health, 130 on Vancouver Island, 195 in Interior Health and 65 in Northern Health region.

The number of active cases decreased by five to 182 in B.C.

There are now a total of 13 people who have been hospitalized with COVID-19, four of whom are in critical care — ICU or acute care units.

No new deaths were recorded over the past three days and the death toll stands at 168 in total.

In good news, a total of 2,395 people have now recovered from novel coronavirus in B.C.


No new outbreaks, either in health care or in the community at large, were reported over the past three days. The Kearl Lake oil project outbreak in Alberta has been declared over.

Several health care system outbreaks have been declared over and in total, there are now four long term care facilities that have active ongoing outbreaks.

A number of community outbreaks have also been declared over in the past week and no new outbreaks were reported today.

The following are currently ongoing:

  • One outbreak has been detected at Holy Family Hospital, a long term care facility in Vancouver.
  • Three people tested positive for COVID-19 at Beresford Warming Centre, a shelter in the Fraser health region.
  • Two small outbreaks were reported at offices in the Fraser Health region.
  • Mountain federal correctional institution in Fraser Health Region where two people have tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Nature’s Touch, a frozen food processing plant in Abbotsford, where five people tested positive for the virus.
  • The Oppenheimer Group, a fruit and vegetable processing plant in Coquitlam, has three cases.

Island Health region

Specific data for the Vancouver Island Health region shows that have been 130 total cases of COVID-19 in the area and five people have died.

There are officially no more active cases of COVID-19 on Vancouver Island.

Specific data from the Ministry of Health shows that southern Vancouver Island has had 43 cases, there were 25 in central Vancouver Island, and 59 in the northern part of the island.

Thus far, there have been 165,256 novel coronavirus tests conducted across B.C., 24,741 of which were done in the Island Health region.

See all the latest updates about the global COVID-19 pandemic on Vancouver Island

The BCCDC has set up a 2019 novel coronavirus telephone information line at 1-833-784-4397 for those who have further questions about this disease.

Anyone concerned that they may have been exposed to, or are experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, should contact their primary care provider, local public health office, or call 8-1-1.

The Province has also created the 1-888-COVID-19  line to connect British Columbians needing non-medical information about the coronavirus pandemic.

As of the time of publication, the total number of COVID-19 patients worldwide has risen to 8,090,384.

Over 438,000 people have died from the illness and 4,179,885 have made a full recovery.

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