|The latest data on COVID cases by local area from the BC CDC|
This week's relay of local community COVID information from the BC CDC continues to mark a significant shift in the evolution of the coronavirus in the region.
With Prince Rupert retaining its position once again this week, of the community with the most reported cases of COVID in a one week period, a placement that puts it quite a distance ahead of many of the communities of the Northwest when it comes to positive case report of Coronavirus
Prince Rupert's totals for the week of February 14 to 20 are listed at 51 reported positive cases of the coronavirus, the majority of them coming from the ongoing outbreak at Acropolis Manor and the month long listings of reported exposures at School District 52. The number marks a decline of six cases from last week for the North Coast City.
The distance continuing to expand between the North Coast and Terrace, which saw another significant decline in positive case reports at 36 for the latest reporting period which ended on Saturday.
It marks the second week in a row that Prince Rupert has outpaced the Skeena Valley City for the location with the most cases per week to report. Also of note this week is significant jump in the figures from Haida Gwaii which now has a COVID-19 count of 26
The BC Centre for Disease Conrol shares data on a weekly basis culled from Local Health Authority reports, the other areas of the Northwest outside of Prince Rupert and Terrace continued to show varied levels from region to region.
Across the remainder of the Northwest, the cases reported from February 7 to 13 were as follows.
Terrace -- 36
Haida Gwaii -- 26
Upper Skeena -- 7
Nechako -- 4
Nisga'a Region -- 5
Bella Coola Valley -- 1
Snow Country/Stikine/Telegraph Creek -- 1
Burns Lake -- 1
The Central Coast once again had no cases of COVID reported in the period, and as it was last week the Kitimat area had no cases to report.
Other charts and information from the BC CDC can be explored here.
You can review the latest information from the Public Health office Doctor Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix here.
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