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B.C. adds 146 new COVID-19 cases during four day reporting period, three new in Northern Health

No new deaths reported
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B.C. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry. (via Government of B.C. Flickr)

B.C. now has a total of 3,787 recorded COVID-19 cases after the latest update from Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister of Health Adrian Dix this afternoon (Aug. 4).

There have been 146 new cases discovered in the past four-day reporting period. 

There were 43 cases from Friday (July 31) to Saturday (Aug. 1), 29 Saturday (Aug. 1) to Sunday, (Aug. 2) 46 Sunday (Aug. 2) to Monday (Aug. 3) and 28 Monday (Aug. 3) to today (Aug. 4).

Northern Health has three new cases and a new total of 91. An outbreak on Haida Gwaii was declared by Northern Health on July 24.

There have been no new deaths from the virus in the past day for a total of 195 while a total of 3,273 have recovered. There are 319 active cases in B.C. with eight hospitalized and four in intensive care. 

More to come.




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