Today, energetic circumstances remained around comparable amounts as yesterday, with a combine of increases and decreases in the five regional wellbeing authorities.

Hospitalizations somewhat enhanced, there’s one new health care outbreak, and there are 12 flights with probable exposures.

B.C. is reporting 752 new instances of COVID-19, which include two epi-linked scenarios.

Presently, there are 5,945 active COVID-19 instances, which is eight additional cases than yesterday.

The new and active situations include:

  • 297 new situations in Fraser Overall health, with 2,349 full active circumstances (49 more circumstances than yesterday)
  • 164 new scenarios in Inside Health, with 1,142 full active cases
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Today, active cases continued to decrease overall, with a mix of increases and decreases occurring in the five health authority regions.

Meanwhile, hospitalizations increased and there were 25 flights listed with potential exposures.

B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced at a briefing today that third doses are being expanded to include approximately 100,000 more immunocompromised individuals who are moderately to severely immunocompromised.

The list includes those who:

  • have had solid-organ transplant and are taking immunosuppressive therapy;
  • are on active treatment for solid tumour or hematologic malignancies (like myeloma or leukemia);
  • have had a hematopoietic stem cell transplant;
  • have
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In today’s COVID-19 update, there are some encouraging signs.

Active cases dropped overall as well as in all regions across the province. New cases remained in the 600 to 700 range while today’s hospitalized cases remained roughly on par with Friday (October 1).   

Meanwhile, another mask dispute arose in Vancouver when an employee at a Gastown store confronted a customer without a mask on October 3. The customer used racial slurs (the employee was Asian), became aggressive, and grabbed her phone and threw it to the ground when she tried to call police. Police are now searching for the suspect.  

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The new case count remained at a high level today.

Although active cases continue to rise in number, active cases decreased in Interior and Vancouver Coastal Health, and remained level in Island Health.

When B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix held a news teleconference today (September 9) to address a range of health issues in the province, including surgeries and wait lists, he answered several questions about COVID-19.

When B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix was asked about potential upcoming protests planned to be held at hospitals, Dix said that the province is considering all options to address concerns.

While Dix acknowledged

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Although B.C. didn’t hit any new highs with its new case counts over the weekend, new case counts remained above 400 each day and active cases across the province continue to grow in number.

In particular, Interior Health, which has become the epicentre for the pandemic in the province, is approaching 3,000 active cases. That’s far above the two main health regions in the Lower Mainland—where the most cases have been based during the majority of the pandemic—which each remain below 1,000 active cases.

There were also 45 flights listed with potential exposures from confirmed cases. 

Over the past three

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For a next consecutive working day, the new situation rely has remained earlier mentioned 75 cases, and active instances continue on to increase in quantity.

But also after once more, there are not any new deaths and there also usually are not any new outbreaks.

Nowadays, the B.C. Health Ministry claimed that there are 78 new COVID-19 conditions in the province.

Presently, there are 729 lively scenarios, which is an boost of 37 new instances considering that yesterday.

The new and energetic instances incorporate:

  • 31 new instances in Interior Overall health, with 222 whole energetic circumstances (an boost of 15
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Today’s B.C. COVID-19 update featured deputy provincial health and fitness officer Dr. Réka Gustafson broadcast from Vancouver even though Health Minister Adrian Dix spoke from Victoria. 

As the province can make additional developments in immunizations, B.C.’s method to addressing the pandemic will respond and adjust accordingly.

For occasion, Gustafson explained that as circumstance numbers drop, 7-day averages and longterm tendencies will turn into extra significant than daily fluctuations of scenario quantities. (B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry had earlier defined that case counts for specific days can be prone to several elements).

“From a public-health viewpoint, as long as

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It’s undesirable information for travellers. But for these who have been involved about air vacation spreading COVID-19, this’ll be welcome information.

A Canadian leisure airline has commenced up its flights yet again. On the other hand, it is cancelling all of its Western Canadian flights to the U.S. and other southern places this year.

Montreal-based vacation enterprise Air Transat is resuming air functions following a 112-day shutdown all through the pandemic.

On July 23, the enterprise commenced making its very first commercial flights yet again, which incorporate 3 domestic flights (Toronto-Vancouver, Toronto-Montreal, Montreal-Toronto) and 3 global flights (Montreal-Toulouse, Montreal-Paris, Toronto-London),

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