Two new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Northern Health Authority

Two more COVID-19 cases have been announced in the Northern Health Authority, bringing the total to four.

There are now 186 cases and seven deaths in B.C., with the majority of cases in the Vancouver-Coastal health region, where there are 116. 

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There are 47 caes in Fraser Valley; 12 on Vancouver Island; and seven in the Interior.

The first two cases in the Northern Health regionwere announced March 14. They were originally diagnosed in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, and drove themselves back home under strict protocols and are now in isolation.

Dr. Bonnie Henry has also announced that a public health emergency has been declared for British Columbia.

This is a developing story.

Click here for the latest developments in Fort St. John.

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