Ten children under the age of 10 have COVID-19 in Northern Health

Of the 204 cases, 108 are female, and 81 are male.

There are ten children in Northern Health who have COVID-19.

The numbers are the latest update from the BC Centre for Disease Control's COVID-19 dashboard.

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Of the 204 cases in Northern Health of COVID-19, most are between the ages of 30 to 39 – with 44 cases.

There are two people aged 80 to 89 with COVID-19 in Northern Health, while 16 are between 70 to 79.

There are 28 between 60 and 69, 30 cases between ages 50 and 59, 24 between the ages of 40 and 49, and 21 people between the ages of 20 and 29.

There are 14 children and youth in the province with COVID-19, with 10 under the age of ten.

The Province of British Columbia notes they cannot determine the accurate ages of 15 cases. Of the 204 cases, 108 are female, and 81 are male. The same 15 remained undefined.

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