VICTORIA, B.C. – The Northern Health Region added 51 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, raising the active case count to 307.

There are 33 people in hospital, 11 of whom are in intensive care beds.

There was one COVID-19 related death recorded Thursday, bringing the total to 129.

A total of 6,363 confirmed cases have come from the Northern Health Region. Of those, 5,917 have recovered.

B.C. recorded 1,293 new cases of COVID-19, the highest one-day new case total since the beginning of the pandemic. The active case count in the province is up to 9,184.

There are 336 people in hospital, 101 of whom are in intensive care beds.

There were two COVID-19 related deaths recorded across the province Thursday, bringing the total to 1,493.

Since last March, British Columbia has recorded 108,278 cases. Of those, 97,462 have recovered.

School District 60 had a COVID-19 exposure notice at Robert Ogilvie Elementary School for staff and students in attendance on March 31st.

Dawson Creek Secondary School in School District 59 previously had exposure dates of March 29th and 31st. On Thursday, Northern Health updated the exposure to include April 1st.

Canalta Elementary School had a COVID-19 exposure for those in attendance on March 29th.

Students and staff are asked to self-monitor for symptoms for two weeks from the last possible exposure.