B.C.’s top doctor to provide four days of COVID-19 data Tuesday

B.C.’s top doctor is set to announce four days’ worth of COVID-19 data on Tuesday afternoon.

The province last provided an update on Friday, when provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry reported 119 new cases of the disease and no new deaths.


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B.C.’s COVID-19 death toll stands at 245.

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The number of active cases topped 1,400 on Friday, while another 3,180 people were in isolation due to possible exposure.

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Over the weekend, West Vancouver’s Hollyburn Country Club announced it is closed until further notice after a series of potential COVID-19 exposures.

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Anyone who was at the club between Oct. 1 and Oct. 6 should self-monitor for symptoms until Oct. 20, Hollyburn CEO Ed McLaughlin said.

Tuesday’s news conference at 3:30 p.m. will be carried live on BC1, on our website, the Global BC Facebook page and CKNW.

— With files from Simon Little





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