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What you need to know about COVID-19 in B.C. for July 6, 2020 (PHC HFH)

Paramedics wearing full body protective equipment clean a stretcher after responding to a call at the Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver on March 20, 2020. (Photo credit: CBC News)

Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 31 new cases, 6 new deaths in B.C. since Friday.


  • There have been 31 new cases across B.C. since Friday.
  • 6 people died from COVID-19 between Friday and Monday.
  • There have been 2,978 positive cases in B.C. since the pandemic started.
  • There are 166 active cases of COVID-19 in the province.
  • 16 people are being treated in hospitals, including 4 in ICU.
  • 183 British Columbians have died because of COVID-19 as of July 6.
  • Benefits have been extended for low-income seniors and those on disability and income assistance.
  • Over the weekend, Providence Health Care announced three new deaths at Holy Family Hospital.

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