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Health officials in British Columbia have announced 18 more cases of COVID-19 in their province, as well as three more deaths from the coronavirus.Health officials in British Columbia have announced 18 more cases of COVID-19 in their province, as well as three more deaths from the coronavirus.

18 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., 3 more deaths | CTV News

Health officials in B.C. have announced another 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths from the disease.Health officials in B.C. have announced another 18 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and three more deaths from the disease.

As of Wednesday, B.C. had recorded 149 deaths from COVID-19 and 2,467 total cases -- more than 81 per cent of whom have recovered.As of Wednesday, B.C. had recorded 149 deaths from COVID-19 and 2,467 total cases -- more than 81 per cent of whom have recovered.

Just 12 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., as number of patients in ICU falls below 10 | Globalnews.ca

“We want to hear from BCers from all corners of the province to help shape BC's continued response to #COVID19. Please read my op-ed, co-written with Dr. Bonnie Henry, Sharing your #COVID19 experience: the survey https://t.co/6X38o0M0WG”

Adrian Dix on Twitter: "We want to hear from BCers from all corners of the province to help shape BC's continued response to #COVID19. Please read my op-ed, co-written with Dr. Bonnie Henry, Sharing your #COVID19 experience: the survey https://t.co/6X38o0M0WG"

“Dr. Bonnie Henry says there is a new #COVID19 case at Matsqui prison - the first in the federal institution. "This person was identified early and has very few risk contacts so that is a good thing for us," she said, adding that the BC govt is working with CSC and Fraser Health”

Kim Bolan on Twitter: "Dr. Bonnie Henry says there is a new #COVID19 case at Matsqui prison - the first in the federal institution. "This person was identified early and has very few risk contacts so that is a good thing for us," she said, adding that the BC govt is working with CSC and Fraser Health"

“Watch live @ 3pm: update on BC's COVID-19 response from Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister @adriandix. https://t.co/fws5FcFSAn”

John Horgan on Twitter: "Watch live @ 3pm: update on BC's COVID-19 response from Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister @adriandix. https://t.co/fws5FcFSAn"

“When asked by @CBCtanya about B.C.'s closing its campsites to people from out of province this summer, Bonnie Henry employed the classic Shaggy Defence https://t.co/WExvQXAnOT”

Justin McElroy on Twitter: "When asked by @CBCtanya about B.C.'s closing its campsites to people from out of province this summer, Bonnie Henry employed the classic Shaggy Defence… https://t.co/6Pk9HjwPjD"

While the number of coronavirus varies across BC, Dr. Bonnie Henry said she won't be easing restrictions on a specific, region-by region basis.While the number of coronavirus varies across BC, Dr. Bonnie Henry said she won't be easing restrictions on a specific, region-by region basis.

275,000 responses so far, broader health information helps275,000 responses so far, broader health information helps

GUEST COLUMN: B.C. COVID-19 survey brings answers closer – Prince Rupert Northern View

Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the Northern Health region on Friday, making them the first new cases this week. In a joint statement issued by provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie . . .Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the Northern Health region on Friday, making them the first new cases this week. In a joint statement issued by provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie . . .

New cases of COVID-19 in the north, drive-in concert faces rules change | Prince George Citizen

British Columbia has 18 new cases of COVID-19, for a total of 2,507 cases, statement on B.C.’s COVID-19 response, latest updates, Minister of Health Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr. . . .British Columbia has 18 new cases of COVID-19, for a total of 2,507 cases, statement on B.C.’s COVID-19 response, latest updates, Minister of Health Adrian Dix and provincial health officer Dr. . . .

Three more COVID-19-related deaths in Fraser Health region | Squamish Chief

VICTORIA — B.C. increasingly appears to have experienced two COVID-19 outbreaks, a more severe one in and around Metro Vancouver and a lighter one in the rest of the province. Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal, the health regions spanning Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, have about 60 per cent of the B.C. population. But as of this week, they had recorded 80 per cent of the roughly 2,500 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 95 per cent of the...

Vaughn Palmer: Refusing to relax COVID-19 restrictions, even in 'safer' areas of B.C.

Dr. Bonnie Henry and B.C. Health Minister discuss the importance fo the B.C. COVID-19 survey, called Your story, our future.Dr. Bonnie Henry and B.C. Health Minister discuss the importance fo the B.C. COVID-19 survey, called Your story, our future.

Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister Adrian Dix: Sharing your COVID-19 experience – the survey

COVID-19 update: 12 new cases today | Oliver Chronicle

New ban on vehicles at events comes as B.C. records 18 more cases of COVID-19 and three deathsNew ban on vehicles at events comes as B.C. records 18 more cases of COVID-19 and three deaths

COVID-19: B.C. puts cap on number of vehicles at outdoor drive-in events – Victoria News

B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for May 22B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for May 22

B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for May 22 | Columbia Valley, Cranbrook, East Kootenay, Elk Valley, Kimberley, Ktunaxa Nation

May 23, 2020 - The B.C. government made announcements regarding drive-in theatres and food and drink establishments.May 23, 2020 - The B.C. government made announcements regarding drive-in theatres and food and drink establishments.

COVID-19 in B.C.: New health orders issued for drive-in theatres as province continues reopening | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

Interior Health saw a double-digit jump in the number of diagnosed cases of COVID-19 today, May 22, but it’s not cause for concern, say officials.YestInterior Health saw a double-digit jump in the number of diagnosed cases of COVID-19 today, May 22, but it’s not cause for concern, say officials.Yest

Number of COVID-19 cases rise by 11 in Interior Health region - InfoNews

In total, 888 of these cases are in the Vancouver Coastal Region, 1,236 in Fraser Health, 127 on Vancouver Island, 194 in Interior Health and 62 in Northern Health region.In total, 888 of these cases are in the Vancouver Coastal Region, 1,236 in Fraser Health, 127 on Vancouver Island, 194 in Interior Health and 62 in Northern Health region.

B.C. reports 18 new COVID-19 cases today, death toll rises to 155

Twelve more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 24 hours in British Columbia, one of whom is in the Interior Health region. Twelve more people have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 24 hours in British Columbia, one of whom is in the Interior Health region.

Dr. Bonnie Henry provides an update on B.C.'s COVID-19 situation - BC News - Castanet.net

One new case of COVID-19 was discovered in the Interior over the last day.

One new case of COVID-19 in Interior - Merritt Herald - Merritt Herald

Statistics for Interior Health show ages 30-39 make up largest portion of casesStatistics for Interior Health show ages 30-39 make up largest portion of cases

Millennials hardest hit by COVID-19 in Interior Health – Vernon Morning Star

There have been three new deaths.There have been three new deaths.

B.C. confirms 18 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 2,507 - Vancouver Is Awesome

Local news for Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley. Stuff that mattersProvincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 12 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with 307 cases being considered as active.

BC announces 12 new COVID-19 cases, death toll rises to 152

The United Poultry outbreak in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, with 36 cases, has been declared over.The United Poultry outbreak in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, with 36 cases, has been declared over.

COVID-19: Not all B.C. care facilities committed to one-site only work rules, says health minister | The Province

The United Poultry outbreak in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, with 36 cases, has been declared over.The United Poultry outbreak in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, with 36 cases, has been declared over.

COVID-19: Not all B.C. care facilities committed to one-site only work rules, says health minister | The Province

B.C. recorded three COVID-19 deaths and 18 cases on Friday, while the province is now restricting vehicles at drive-in movie theatres to no more than 50 vehicles.B.C. recorded three COVID-19 deaths and 18 cases on Friday, while the province is now restricting vehicles at drive-in movie theatres to no more than 50 vehicles.

Three COVID-19 deaths in B.C., province restricts vehicles at drive-ins - NEWS 1130

B.C. health officials announced 18 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths Friday.

COVID-19: Health officials announce 18 new cases, three new deaths | Vancouver Sun

The province has announced an additional 18 cases of COVID-19 and an additional three deaths due to the disease, all of which occurred in the Fraser Health region, bringing to 155 the number of. . . .The province has announced an additional 18 cases of COVID-19 and an additional three deaths due to the disease, all of which occurred in the Fraser Health region, bringing to 155 the number of. . . .

The latest B.C. COVID-19 numbers: 2,507 cases, 2,042 recovered, 155 deaths | Kamloops This Week

While B.C. is beginning to ease quarantine restrictions, health officials say it's already time to start preparing for the second wave of COVID-19.While B.C. is beginning to ease quarantine restrictions, health officials say it's already time to start preparing for the second wave of COVID-19.

It’s Time To Prepare For A Second Wave Of COVID-19, Says B.C. Officials

While B.C. is beginning to ease quarantine restrictions, health officials say it's already time to start preparing for the second wave of COVID-19.While B.C. is beginning to ease quarantine restrictions, health officials say it's already time to start preparing for the second wave of COVID-19.

It’s Time To Prepare For A Second Wave Of COVID-19, Says B.C. Officials

More than 81 per cent of B.C.'s cases have recovered, while 155 people have died of COVID-19.More than 81 per cent of B.C.'s cases have recovered, while 155 people have died of COVID-19.

B.C. reports 3 new deaths, 18 new cases of COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

More than 81 per cent of B.C.'s cases have recovered, while 155 people have died of COVID-19.

B.C. reports 3 new deaths, 18 new cases of COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

British Columbia health officials announced 18 new test-positive coronavirus cases and another three deaths as a result of the virus on Wednesday afternoon.British Columbia health officials announced 18 new test-positive coronavirus cases and another three deaths as a result of the virus on Wednesday afternoon.

Only one COVID-19 patient being treated at Island Health’s hospitalsOnly one COVID-19 patient being treated at Island Health’s hospitals

COVID-19 cases next to nil on Vancouver Island – Nanaimo News Bulletin

More than 2,500 non-urgent surgeries that were postponed to make hospital beds available for those with COVID-19 were booked this week. A total of 2,586 surgeries were booked May 18 through May . . .More than 2,500 non-urgent surgeries that were postponed to make hospital beds available for those with COVID-19 were booked this week. A total of 2,586 surgeries were booked May 18 through May . . .

Thousands of non-urgent surgeries postponed by pandemic have been rebooked | Times Colonist

Statistics for Interior Health show ages 30-39 make up largest portion of casesStatistics for Interior Health show ages 30-39 make up largest portion of cases

Millennials hardest hit by COVID-19 in Interior Health – Salmon Arm Observer