COVID-19: B.C. reports another 13 deaths on Thursday
It brings the total death toll in the province to 2,896 since the start of the pandemic
Another 391 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus were also reported, though that number reflects selective PCR testing that prioritizes those who are vulnerable or experiencing severe symptoms.More than 90 per cent of the eligible population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 86 per cent have had two doses.
Those numbers have seen only marginal gains in recent weeks as the vaccination campaign focuses on booster doses. Third shots have now been administered to 55.9 per cent of those who are eligible (age 12 and over).One new outbreak in care has been declared, at Parkwood Court in Island Health, while another at Rest Haven Lodge, also in Island Health, is over. That leaves 21 health-care facilities still managing an outbreak across the province.
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Without info like, directly due to covid or just happen to test positive for covid and died anyway, these numbers are just meant to scare people. 0 yesterday to 13 today? End the mask mandate now. Why are we the only province holding out? Tell us why BCGovNews jjhorgan
COVID-19 in B.C.: 13 more deaths reported as hospitalizations decline
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New Zealand COVID-19 mandate protesters set fires as police break up campNo way all the mandate protests are peaceful 🙄
Back to video Another 391 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus were also reported, though that number reflects selective PCR testing that prioritizes those who are vulnerable or experiencing severe symptoms.A woman wearing a face mask and face shield to curb the spread of COVID-19 is silhouetted during sunset at Ambleside Beach in West Vancouver, on Sunday, Jan.WHITEHORSE -- Yukon is reporting another death related to COVID-19.The Fund's head of strategy for policy, Harley Feldbaum, said Pfizer had committed to at least that many doses and could increase shipments later if organizations involved show they are able to distribute the pills well, noting most will be available toward the end of the year.
More than 90 per cent of the eligible population has received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and more than 86 per cent have had two doses. Those numbers have seen only marginal gains in recent weeks as the vaccination campaign focuses on booster doses. (Darryl Dyck / THE CANADIAN PRESS) Thirteen more COVID-19-related deaths have been reported in B. Third shots have now been administered to 55. In a news release, the government says its verification process is important because severe outcomes and morbidity help manage the public health response to the pandemic.9 per cent of those who are eligible (age 12 and over)., the province's Ministry of Health announced Thursday. One new outbreak in care has been declared, at Parkwood Court in Island Health, while another at Rest Haven Lodge, also in Island Health, is over.S.
That leaves 21 health-care facilities still managing an outbreak across the province. The number of test-positive COVID-19 patients in hospital dropped slightly on Thursday to 511, while the number of patients in intensive care units rose slightly to 79. This report by The Canadian Press was first published March 1, 2022. G et the latest COVID-19 news delivered to your inbox weeknights at 7 p.m. Eight of the 13 deaths reported Thursday happened in the two health authorities that serve the Lower Mainland: Vancouver Coastal Health and Fraser Health. by subscribing to our newsletter .