1. B.C. health officials set to report three days of COVID-19 numbers on Monday  Global News
  2. An unprecedented 46 people die of COVID-19 in B.C. over the weekend, health officials announce  CBC.ca
  3. BC announces 2077 new COVID-19 cases, 212 in the IH region - BC News  Castanet.net
  4. Disturbing new numbers as B.C. sees 46 people die from COVID-19 over the weekend  CHEK
  5. COVID-19: Bulletin on Friday is a reminder to do the right thing | Vancouver Sun  Vancouver Sun
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B.C. reported 2,077 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 72 hours as well as 277 historical cases and 10 epi-linked cases.B.C. reported 2,077 new cases of COVID-19 over the past 72 hours as well as 277 historical cases and 10 epi-linked cases.

B.C. adds 2,354 new COVID-19 cases since Friday and 46 deaths | Globalnews.ca

The last three days have seen 46 people die of COVID-19 in B.C., as more than 2,000 additional cases of the disease were confirmed, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said.The last three days have seen 46 people die of COVID-19 in B.C., as more than 2,000 additional cases of the disease were confirmed, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said.

B.C. has recorded the largest death toll related to the COVID-19 pandemic over the weekend.B.C. has recorded the largest death toll related to the COVID-19 pandemic over the weekend.

BC announces 2,077 new COVID-19 cases, 212 in the IH region - BC News - Castanet.net

The past 72 hours have been the deadliest in B.C. since the coronavirus pandemic hit the province. British Columbia health officials on Monday announced there were 2,354 new cases – including 58 in Island Health – and 46 deaths from COVID-19 reported over the weekend. The province’s death toll now stands at 441 while the …

Disturbing new numbers as B.C. sees 46 people die from COVID-19 over the weekend

VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 46 more deaths over the last three days, its highest number of fatalities for that time period.Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry became emotional Monday . . .VICTORIA — British Columbia recorded 46 more deaths over the last three days, its highest number of fatalities for that time period.Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry became emotional Monday . . .

B.C.'s top doctor emotional in offering condolences to families of dead | Dawson Creek Mirror

A total of 490 cases remain active; 15 in hospitalA total of 490 cases remain active; 15 in hospital

212 new COVID-19 cases in Interior Health over the weekend – Kelowna Capital News

Forty-six people with COVID-19 died over the weekend, most in seniors homes, according to B.C. health officials. “This is a difficult and gutting day,” Health Minister Adrian Dix said Monday. “I . . .Forty-six people with COVID-19 died over the weekend, most in seniors homes, according to B.C. health officials. “This is a difficult and gutting day,” Health Minister Adrian Dix said Monday. “I . . .

Forty-six COVID deaths in B.C. over the weekend, 2,364 new cases confirmed | Times Colonist

British Columbia lost another 46 lives to COVID-19 over the weekend, health officials announced Monday in a sombre coronavirus update.British Columbia lost another 46 lives to COVID-19 over the weekend, health officials announced Monday in a sombre coronavirus update.

Coronavirus update: B.C. reports 46 deaths, 2,077 cases over grim weekend | CTV News

There have been 2,364 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in B.C. since Friday, and 46 deaths. There are now 316 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 75 people in intensive care. Provincial health . . .There have been 2,364 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in B.C. since Friday, and 46 deaths. There are now 316 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 75 people in intensive care. Provincial health . . .

Forty-six dead from COVID in B.C. since Friday | Richmond News

According to case data released by Fraser Health, one case of the novel coronavirus carries a big impactAccording to case data released by Fraser Health, one case of the novel coronavirus carries a big impact

1 COVID-19 case at a B.C. fitness studio leads to 104 more infections, 6 school exposures – Nanaimo News Bulletin

B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for Nov. 30B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for Nov. 30

B.C.'s COVID-19 response and latest updates for Nov. 30 | Columbia Valley, Cranbrook, East Kootenay, Elk Valley, Kimberley, Ktunaxa Nation

BC has reached a grim milestone in the COVID-19 pandemic, announcing 46 deaths, the highest ever reported according to Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry.

BC reaches grim milestone, reporting record COVID deaths - Merritt Herald - Merritt Herald

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry provides COVID-19 updateProvincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry provides COVID-19 update

B.C. records deadliest weekend of COVID-19 pandemic with 46 deaths; more than 2,300 cases – Abbotsford News

On Monday afternoon, health officials in British Columbia will provide a live COVID-19 update that includes three reporting periods from the weekend.On Monday afternoon, health officials in British Columbia will provide a live COVID-19 update that includes three reporting periods from the weekend.

British Columbia reported 46 COVID-19 deaths and 2,077 new cases of the disease over the weekend, between noon on Friday (Nov. 27) and noon on Monday (Nov. 30). An additional 277 cases were added. . .British Columbia reported 46 COVID-19 deaths and 2,077 new cases of the disease over the weekend, between noon on Friday (Nov. 27) and noon on Monday (Nov. 30). An additional 277 cases were added. . .

A record 46 COVID-19-related deaths in B.C. on weekend | Kamloops This Week

Health Minister Dix orders review of executive spending within the Provincial Health Services Authority

COVID-19: Hate masks? Shop online, Henry urges as she reports 46 dead | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19: Hate masks? Shop online, Henry urges as she reports 46 dead

COVID-19: Hate masks? Shop online, Henry urges | Vancouver Sun

The province has recorded its deadliest weekend of COVID-19, with 46 people losing their lives to the virus.The province has recorded its deadliest weekend of COVID-19, with 46 people losing their lives to the virus.

46 COVID-19 deaths in B.C. over the weekend - NEWS 1130

BC health officials have announced 2,364 new test-positive coronavirus cases since Friday, along with a record-breaking 46 more deaths.BC health officials have announced 2,364 new test-positive coronavirus cases since Friday, along with a record-breaking 46 more deaths.

There are now 33,238 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in B.C. after health officials announced 2,354 new cases Monday.The province saw its highest number of fatalities over the weekend, with 46 deaths

Coronavirus update: BC announces 2,354 new cases of COVID-19 - Vancouver Is Awesome

There's more than 3,000 active cases among county residents.

COVID-19 hospitalizations surpass spring peak in Jackson County - mlive.com

Nov 30, 2020 - There were also 14 stores and 23 flights with confirmed cases.Nov 30, 2020 - There were also 14 stores and 23 flights with confirmed cases.

COVID-19 in B.C.: Over 2,000 new cases and 46 deaths on weekend, five healthcare outbreaks, and more | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

There have been 2,364 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in B.C. since Friday, and 46 deaths. There are now 316 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 75 people in intensive casre. Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry said the 46 deaths since Friday is "the highest we have ever had."More than 2,000 new cases since Friday, record deaths and one school outbreak

Forty-six dead from COVID in BC since Friday - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

There have been 2,364 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in B.C. since Friday, and 46 deaths. There are now 316 people in hospital with COVID-19 and 75 people in intensive casre. Provincial health officer Bonnie Henry said the 46 deaths since Friday is "the highest we have ever had."More than 2,000 new cases since Friday, record deaths and one school outbreak

Forty-six dead from COVID in BC since Friday - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver