Northern Health says 92 lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases were identified in the Site C outbreak that is now over.

The health authority announced an end to the outbreak on Tuesday after declaring it on August 16th among clusters of contractors.

There haven’t been any new cases identified since September 15th and all cases have recovered, according to Northern Health.

“NH Medical Health Officers, Site C and its contractors, and WorksafeBC continue to work closely to monitor for any future clusters of COVID-19 activity on the project,” said Northern Health in a release.

“A number of enhanced infection control measures such as mandatory mask wearing, physical distancing on worksites and the use of rapid testing for case and contact management will remain in place at Site C, indefinitely. BC Hydro also recently announced a vaccine policy for its employees and contractors, including workers on the Site C project.”

As of October 12th, there are 17 active cases at Site C, and 271 have recovered since March 1st, 2020. There are 1,638 in camp, with 15 in isolation at camp and 28 at home.