The B.C. Ministry of Health has reported 102 new cases of novel coronavirus in the province today, bringing the total number of cases in to 9,841 in the province.
In total, 3,612 of the cases are in the Vancouver Coastal Region, 5,038 in Fraser Health, 221 in Vancouver Island Health region, 556 in Interior Health, 324 in Northern Health region, and 90 people whose residence is outside of Canada.
The number of active cases has increased by 31 to 1,384 in B.C.
There are now a total of 71 people in hospital due to COVID-19, 16 of whom are in critical care — ICU or acute care units.
Two more people lost their lives to COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, and the death toll is now at 244.
3,089 people are now in isolation and being monitored by public health officials after being exposed to COVID-19.
A total of 8,184 people have now recovered from novel coronavirus in B.C.
No new health care facility outbreaks have been reported over the past 24 hours.
There are a total of 16 long-term care or assisted-living facilities and three acute-care facilities that have active, ongoing outbreaks.
No new community outbreaks were reported but there continue to be a number of ongoing COVID-19 exposure sites. B.C. residents are urged to check the BC CDC website for all public alerts about possible exposures to the virus.
Those who may have been exposed are asked to monitor their symptoms, reduce the number of contacts they have, and call 811 to get tested for the virus if they do develop symptoms.
Island Health region
One new COVID-19 cases was reported in the Island Health region over the past 24 hours.
There have been 221 total cases of COVID-19 in the region, six of whom have died, and 204 people have recovered.
This means there are now 11 active cases on the Island.
As of Monday there had been 600,443 novel coronavirus tests conducted across B.C., 73,479 of which were done in the Island Health region.
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 pandemic.
As of the time of publication, the total number of COVID-19 patients worldwide has risen to 35,990,192.
Over 1,053,095 people have died from the illness and 27,043,678 have made a full recovery.