Two more COVID-19 cases in northern B.C., total now 23

Two more cases of COVID-19 have been recorded in Northern Health, Dr. Bonnie Henry said Monday, April 6, bringing the region's total to 23.

Provincially, there were 63 new cases reported today, which brings B.C.'s total to 1,266, and one new death, bringing the total to 39.

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Of the total cases, 783 patients have recovered. There are 140 patients hospitalized, and 72 are in critical or high acuity care.

There have been no deaths reported deaths in northern B.C., but four are hospital.

Of the provincial total, there are 586 cases in the Vancouver-Coastal region, 450 in the Fraser health region, 128 in the Interior, and 79 on Vancouver Island.

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