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New COVID-19 infections in B.C. continue to trend lower (SPH)

Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry provides regular updates on COVID-19 in B.C. (Photo credit: Vancouver Is Awesome)
Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry provides regular updates on COVID-19 in B.C. (Photo credit: Vancouver Is Awesome)

Province’s death toll from the pandemic rises to 1,168, with 14 new deaths in past day

Despite B.C. recently detecting new, increasingly infectious strains of COVID-19, the province’s number of newly identified cases has been trending lower in recent days.

Unfortunately, there were 14 new deaths from the virus, pushing the province’s death toll from COVID-19 to 1,168.

B.C. recorded 407 new cases of the virus in the past day, according to government statistics. That is up from the 346 new cases detected yesterday, but down from the average 513 cases detected on a daily basis so far in 2021, up until yesterday.

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