Over 1800 COVID-19 patients have now recovered in British Columbia

The number of active COVID-19 cases continues to plunge - from 504 on Monday to 397 on Tuesday.

The announcement of the survey came during the daily provincial update on the state of COVID-19 in the province. The U.S. has the world's worst COVID-19 rates.

Henry reported one new death from COVID-19 and 23 new cases over the weekend, bringing the total to 2,353. We offer our condolences to the family, friends and caregivers of this individual, and to everyone who has lost their loved ones. The total number of cases in the north remained at 57.

"Public health teams are continuing to provide support for community outbreaks in the poultry sector, at the Mission Institution and with those connected to the Kearl Lake plant in Alberta".

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One person died from COVID-19 during the last reporting period - a long-term care home patient - and the death toll is now 131.

Across the province there were 63 people hospitalized with COVID-19, including two in Northern Health, B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix said. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes to complete and can be done on any tablet, computer or mobile device. The line is open seven days a week from 8:30 a.m.to 4:30 p.m. (Pacific time), in 150 languages.

Henry said the survey will collect feedback on British Columbians' experiences and actions during the pandemic, and the information gathered will help inform the decisions made in the future.

The survey is also an opportunity for participants to get involved with studies about immunity, report ongoing health information and possible symptoms to health authorities, as well as express interest in using technology for contact tracing through mobile phones. We learned a lot about how to care for people how manage outbreaks. Today, on International Nurses Day, we recognize the contributions of our B.C. nurses.

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