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B.C. warned of potential for ‘explosive growth’ as 102 new COVID-19 cases from over the weekend announced (SPH)

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry gives B.C.'s update on COVID-19. (Photo credit: CBC News)
COVID-19 killed 20% of British Columbians infected in long-term care, new numbers show.

B.C. has seen a surge in new COVID-19 infections over the weekend, and officials are warning that the province is at a tipping point.

On Monday, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry presented the latest numbers on the toll the novel coronavirus has taken in British Columbia, along with new modelling that offers a warning about the dangers of slipping up on measures to prevent transmission.

Monday’s briefing is the first since Henry called an unplanned news conference Friday to announce 28 new cases of the virus, including a baby in neonatal intensive care at St. Paul’s Hospital.

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