VICTORIA, B.C. – The Northern Health Region added 60 new cases over the weekend, including 23 cases from Sunday to Monday.
The active case count in the region sits at 189.
There are 15 people in hospital, 8 of whom are in critical care.
There were no COVID-19 related deaths over the weekend, keeping the total at 140.
Out of 7,223 total confirmed cases in the region, 6,890 have recovered.
The province added 2,174 new cases over the weekend. From Friday to Saturday there were 835 cases, 671 from Saturday to Sunday, and 668 from Sunday to Monday.
The active case count in the province sits at 7,327.
Out of 474 people in hospital, 176 are in critical care.
There were 15 COVID-19 related deaths over the weekend, bringing the provincial total to 1,596.
There have been 131,656 total cases in the province, and 122,518 have recovered.
Northern Health added more SD 59 exposure notices Monday.
Canalta Elementary School and École Frank Ross had exposures on April 21st and 22nd.
Mountain Christian School and Crescent Park Elementary issued COVID-19 exposure notices for April 22nd and 23rd.
The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control added two flights involving Fort St. John to the list of COVID-19 exposures.
On April 24th, Air Canada Jazz flight 8182 from Fort St. John to Vancouver had a case of COVID-19. Rows two to eight were affected.
On April 26th, WestJet flight 3101 from Calgary to Fort St. John had a COVID-19 exposure. Rows 13 to 19 were affected.
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