The road back from COVID will seemingly have many stops and starts and today provided for a slowing of the recent success in reducing case counts, with a jump back upwards with 378 new cases, along with seven more passings to report.
The information session, streamed live across the province also provided updates on the vaccination program which will begin to accelerate, with second dose planning moving forward significantly from even just a few weeks ago.“Today, we are reporting 378 new cases, for a total of 143,264 cases in British Columbia.
Doctor Henry and Minister Dix also outlined some notes on the revised measures for religious services effective today.
“As part of BC’s Restart plan, today an updated provincial health officer's order variance for religious services will be posted, allowing for up to 50 people at indoor religious services, with detailed COVID-19 safety plans in place. “
The full statement for Thursday can be reviewed here.
|BC CDC data for British Columbia for Tuesday, May 27|
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The World Health Organization website also offers up the latest advisories on the global situation.
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Local governments and organizations have also provided for increased awareness of COVID-19 issues, those past advisories can be reviewed here.
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