COVID-19 Numbers as of 3 pm October 14

Grant Boone
October 15, 2020

The WHD is reporting a total of 106 active lab confirmed cases in the county, and 297 cases recovered.

Salina Regional is a regional hospital, the COVID-19 patient total is not specific to the number of Saline County residents who may be hospitalized.

There have been four new health-care facility outbreaks, and two outbreaks have been declared over.

There have been five new COVID-19 related deaths, for a total of 250 deaths in British Columbia.

In the first reporting period from October 9 to 10, we had 170 new cases.

"While this has meant an increase in the overall number of confirmed positive cases, the active cases and percentage positive remain stable", said Provincial Health Officer Doctor Bonnie Henry.

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In a weekly report released Wednesday, Oct. 14, OHA listed South Lake among the child care facilities that have reported active outbreaks.

"One of the best things that we can do to protect ourselves and those around us is to pay close attention to how we are feeling, by doing our own personal health check each day", the pair said. There are a total of six cases, and all of them were discovered October 1.

Anyone experiencing COVID-19 symptoms is advised to contact 811 or a health-care provider to arrange for testing.

"If you are at all feeling unwell, be the COVID-19 champion who makes the choice to stay home and stay away from others".

Each day that you choose to do the right thing, you are helping to protect our communities and keeping important activities and places open and safe.

Cases by health region since the start of the pandemic: 3,941 in Vancouver Coastal; 5,697 in Fraser; 237 in Island; 585 in Interior; 343 in Northern; and 89 people who reside outside of Canada.

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