The up and down nature of COVID reporting in BC of the last few weeks took a sharp dip downwards today, with daily report listing only 357 cases of the coronavirus reported on the day nearly two thirds of them in the current hot zone of Fraser Health.
Today's review of the data was presented as part of a live stream broadcast which included Premier John Horgan who spoke to the newest addition to the Vaccination program which includes youngsters from 12 to 17, along with some of the positive themes that the province has seen.
The Premier also made note of the ongoing restrictions that remain in place, though noting that the provincial approach is getting close to a more positive period of time, with a wider presentation planned next week to outline the province's restart of the economy. to come“Today, we are reporting 357 new cases, for a total of 140,953 cases in British Columbia.
The full statement for Thursday can be reviewed here.
|BC CDC data for British Columbia for May 20, 2021|
|BC CDC data for Northern Health Region for May 20, 2021|
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