December 1, 2022

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BC health officials hope to address sanctions in the COVID-19 update

BC health officials hope to address sanctions in the COVID-19 update

Health officials in the province will give the Kovid-19 update on Thursday afternoon.

British Columbia saw record-high case numbers for two consecutive days. A total of 717 new coronavirus cases were announced on Tuesday, while 762 new cases were announced on Wednesday.

The province currently has 6,681 active cases, as well as 9,871 under active public health monitoring.

209 were hospitalized, 58 of whom were in intensive care.

Premier John Horgan addressed the media on Wednesday morning, during which time he indicated the possibility of further sanctions and enforcement.

“Regional orders brought in on November 9 need to be upheld,” he told a news conference. “That means we need to make sure that the clusters we’re looking at decrease as much as possible as the load of cassocks from social gatherings increases.”

“Dr. Henry and Minister Dicks and their team explained it to me again today; they have a lot more to say in their actual briefing tomorrow.”

Jగrgen also stressed Prohibition on unnecessary travel in BC “At least two weeks at least” will be in place.

He also addressed the possibility of vaccine progress, but reminded British Columbians that “they must redouble their efforts to protect each other”.

“We can see the finish line,” he said. “We can see some hope at the end of a very difficult tunnel, but now we can not lose our will. We must redouble our efforts to protect each other and our province will move forward.”

“I know Dr. Henry and Minister Dix have more to say tomorrow; I will leave it to them to do so.”

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Regional Health Officer Dr Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix will present their update at 3 p.m. It can be seen Here.