FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Centre for Disease Control has released an updated provincial map showing the number of COVID-19 cases by region.

The map illustrates the number of cases from October 16 to October 29 per population of 100,000.

According to the map, it shows that during the past two weeks, there have been 25 cases within the Northeast region.

The map also shows that there has been a total of 165 cases in the Northeast from January 1 to October 29.

Other parts of the Northern Health Region, between January 1 and October 29, show that there have been 138 in the Northern Interior and 103 in the Northwest.

As of yesterday, Thursday, October 29, the entire Northern Health Region has seen a total of 406 cases and three COVID-related deaths.

More COVID-19 information can be found on the B.C. CDC’s website.