COVID-19 in B.C.: Over 700 new cases, 56 schools with new exposures, and more

The new situation count and number of fatalities remained on par with yesterday’s numbers. There are also two new healthcare outbreaks, and four flights and fifty six educational institutions with new exposures.

A single of the oldest pandemic victims from Canada is Richmond’s Fred Ko, who was born in Vancouver on March 28, 1916, in accordance to CBC Information. He died on November 28 at the age of 104 a long time previous.

In the meantime, law enforcement have reported a number of parties and other social gatherings that they had to disperse and concern fines at, in Vancouver, Burnaby, and Surrey.

In the meantime, a North Vancouver snowboarder was reported to have been caught breaking quarantine when West Vancouver law enforcement pulled about a motor vehicle on November thirty. Information 1130 reported that he had lied to law enforcement, declaring he had returned about two weeks back from California but when officers checked with Canada Border Safety Company, he still had 48 hrs still left to quarantine. 

In today’s joint statement, B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Wellness Minister Adrian Dix declared there are 711 new instances (including seven epi-linked instances) in the province.

By area, that contains:

  • 427 new instances in Fraser Wellness
  • 143 in Vancouver Coastal Wellness
  • 81 in Interior Wellness
  • 50 in Northern Wellness
  • ten in Island Wellness
  • no just one from exterior Canada.

Lively instances reduced by 53 instances considering that yesterday to 9,050 lively instances at the moment in B.C.

Hospitalizations continue to climb, with an more thirteen folks considering that yesterday admitted to clinic. There are now 338 individuals are at the moment in clinic, with 76 of people patients (four less than yesterday) in intensive treatment units.

Public health is checking ten,957 people—an improve of 108 folks considering that yesterday.

Regretably, there are eleven new COVID-19 relevant fatalities, bringing the overall fatalities in B.C. to 492 folks who have died throughout the pandemic.

A overall of twenty five,658 folks have recovered.

B.C has recorded a cumulative overall of 36,132 instances throughout the pandemic, which contains:

  • 22,899 in Fraser Wellness
  • 9,421 in Vancouver Coastal Wellness
  • 2,062 in Interior Wellness
  • 978 in Northern Wellness
  • 679 in Island Wellness
  • ninety three from exterior Canada.
B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry
Province of British Columbia

There are two new healthcare outbreaks:

  • Peace Arch Clinic Foundation Lodge (15575 16A Avenue) in Surrey
  • Richmond Clinic (7000 Westminster Highway) in Richmond, exactly where Vancouver Coastal Wellness imposed limits on December 3.

The outbreak at the Youville Residence in Vancouver has been declared about. Vancouver Coastal Wellness (VCH) lifted limits at the facility on November 29.

Two healthcare facilities have been additional to Vancouver Coastal Wellness (VCH)’s outbreak checklist that have not nonetheless been described in recent B.C. COVID-19 updates from Henry and Dix.

VCH imposed limits on the fourth ground of Crofton Manor (2803 West 41st Avenue) in Vancouver on December 2.

In the meantime, VCH also declared the outbreak at Lakeview Treatment Centre in Vancouver, exactly where VCH imposed limits on November 26, to be about as of nowadays.

Now, Fraser Wellness mentioned that due to hard outbreaks at Tabor Household (31944 Dawn Crescent) and Menno Household (32910 Brundige Avenue), both in Abbotsford, the health authority is adding “additional leadership supports for the pandemic response to supply oversight of COVID-19 response”. Circumstance numbers for every single outbreak weren’t supplied.

None of the 5 health authorities declared any new public exposure occasions.

The B.C. Centre for Disease Management (BCCDC) additional four flights confirmed with COVID-19 to its lists:

  • November 26: United Airways/SkyWest 5436, San Francisco to Vancouver
  • November 28: Air Canada 111, Toronto to Vancouver
  • November 28: WestJet 3342, Calgary to Kelowna
  • November thirty: Air Canada 111, Toronto to Vancouver.

For afflicted row information, take a look at the BCCDC internet site.

W.K. Seaton Secondary

4 regional health authorities had educational institutions with new exposure dates for a overall of fifty six educational institutions.

When once more, Island Wellness did not have any new exposures.

Northern Wellness had three educational institutions with new exposure dates.

In Terrace, Suwilaawks Group University (3430 Sparks Street) had exposures on November 27 and thirty.

In Fort St. John, Energetic Studying Campus ((9708 93rd Avenue), which earlier had an exposure party from November 16 to twenty, had new exposures from November 23 to 27 and thirty.

In Prince George, Peden Hill Elementary University (3500 Westwood Push), which previously had an exposure party from November 12 to seventeen, and from November seventeen to 20—had a new exposure party from November 24 to 27.

Chute Lake Elementary

Interior Wellness had nine educational institutions with new exposure dates.

In Vernon, W.L. Seaton Secondary University (2701 41st Avenue) had an exposure on November 26.

In Kelowna, eight educational institutions had new dates:

  • École KLO Center School (3130 Gordon Push)—which had previous exposures on October thirty and November 2, from November 3 to six, and on November 8 from November 9 to ten and from November seventeen to 19—added November 27
  • École Élémentaire Casorso Elementary School (3675 Casorso Road)—which previously had exposures from November five to six from November 9 to ten and on November 12—had an exposure party from November 26 to 27
  • Watson Road Elementary University (475 Yates Road) had exposures from November 23 to 24
  • Okanagan Mission Secondary School (4544 Gordon Push)—which previously had exposures from October 28 to 30 from November 2 to 3 on November ten and on November 12—added November 26
  • Chute Lake Elementary (5240 Lark Street) had exposures from November 23 to 27
  • A.S. Matheson Elementary (2090 Gordon Push) had exposures from November twenty five to 27
  • Canyon Falls Center University (1211 Frost Road)—which had prior exposures from November 18 to 19—added November 26 to 27
  • Bankhead Elementary University (1280 Wilson Avenue) had an exposure on November 26.

In Summerland, Giant’s Head Elementary (10503 Prairie Valley Road), which had prior exposures from November 23 to 26, additional November 27.

In Penticton, Princess Margaret Secondary (one hundred twenty Green Avenue West), which earlier had exposures from November 26 to 27, additional November twenty five.

École Dorothy Lynas Elementary

Two educational institutions in Richmond additional new dates:

  • William Bridge Elementary (10400 Leonard Road), which had prior exposures from October 26 to 29, and on November 2, had an exposure on November thirty
  • Richmond Secondary School (7171 Minoru Boulevard)—which previously had exposures from October seven to 9 from November 2 to 3 and from November 24 to 25—added November 26 to 27.
  • In Vancouver, two educational institutions additional new exposure dates:
  • École Jules-Verne (5445 Baillie Street) had exposures on November thirty and from December 1 to 2
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Assist Catholic University (2550 Camosun Street)—which previously had exposure occasions from October 19 to 22 from November 24 to 26 and from November 27 and 30—added December 1 to 2.

In North Vancouver, École Dorothy Lynas Elementary (4000 Inlet Crescent) had an exposure on November twenty five.

Dave Kandal Elementary

Fraser Wellness had 37 educational institutions that additional new dates, with most of them in Surrey.

Two educational institutions in Abbotsford additional new exposure dates:

  • King Conventional Elementary (28776 King Road) had exposures from November 24 to 26
  • Dave Kandal Elementary (3351 Crestview Avenue)—which previously had exposures on October 15 and 16 from November four to six and from November seventeen to 18—added November 26

In Burnaby, four educational institutions additional new exposure dates:

  • Byrne Creek Secondary (7777 18th Street)—which previously had exposures on October 26, and on November 18 and 20—added November 26 to 27
  • Gilpin Elementary (5490 Eglinton Street), which earlier had an exposure on November 2, additional November twenty
  • Westridge Elementary School (510 Duncan Avenue), which earlier had an exposure incident on October 9, additional November twenty five to 27
  • Roy Stibbs Elementary (600 Fairview Street), which earlier had exposures on October 16 and November 9, additional November 27.

Three educational institutions in Chilliwack had new exposures:

  • Promontory Heights Group Elementary (46200 Stoneview Push) had exposures on November 26 and from 28 to thirty
  • Rosedale Conventional Group School (50850 Yale Road) in Rosedale, which previously had exposures from October 26 to 28 and from November 23 to 24, additional November 27
  • Chilliwack Secondary (46363 Yale Road)—which previously had exposure occasions from September 22 to 24 from October 26 to 29 from November 3 to 5 from November 12 to thirteen and on November 17—added November 23 to twenty five.

In Delta, six educational institutions additional new exposure dates:

  • Chalmers Elementary (11315 75th Avenue)—which had previous exposures on November 12, thirteen, and 16 from November seventeen to twenty and from November 23 to 24—added November twenty five to 27
  • Delview Secondary (9111 116th Street)—which previously had an exposure on October 29 from November six to 16 and from November 23 to 25—added November 26 to 27
  • Hellings Elementary (11655 86th Avenue)—which previously had exposures on November 19, twenty, 23 to 26—added November 27
  • Ladner Elementary (5016 44th Avenue), which earlier had an exposure on November 26, additional November twenty and from November 23 to twenty five
  • North Delta Secondary (11447 82nd Avenue)—which previously had an exposure party from November 12 to 13 from November 19 to twenty and on November 23 and 27—added November twenty five to 26
  • Langley Elementary Center and Secondary University (21250 42nd Avenue) had an exposure on November 23.

In Mission, Edwin S. Richards Elementary (33419 Cherry Avenue) had exposure on November twenty and 23.

Surrey had 21 educational institutions with new exposure dates:

  • Cedar Hills Elementary (12370 98th Avenue), which previously had exposures on October thirteen and on November 16, additional November 23 to 27
  • Chimney Hill Elementary (14755 74th Avenue)—which previously had exposures on November eleven, thirteen, 18, 19, and 24—added November 27
  • Coastline Meridian Elementary (8222 168a Street), which earlier had an exposure party from November 9 to ten, additional November 27
  • Cougar Creek Elementary (12236 70a Avenue), which earlier had an exposure on November 26, additional November 27
  • Enver Creek Secondary (14505 84th Avenue)—which previously had exposures on October 9, fourteen, and 26 and from November 3 to five, 9, and 16—added November thirty and December 1
  • Frank Hurt Secondary (13940 77th Avenue) in Surrey—which previously had exposures from October 1 to 2 from October five to 9 from October thirteen to 16 on October 19, 21, 22, and 30 from November 2 to 3 on November four, five, ten, and 12 from November 16 to seventeen and on November 19 from November 23 to 27—added November thirty
  • Green Timbers Elementary (8824 144th Street)—which previously had exposure occasions on September 29 from November 9 to 10 from November 16 to 19—added November 23 to 24
  • James Ardiel Elementary (13751 112nd Avenue), which earlier had an exposure on November 9, additional November 26, 27, and thirty and December 1 to 2
  • Johnston Heights Secondary (15350 ninety nine Avenue)—which previously had exposure event from September 8 to 11 on October 19 from November 9 to 12 on November thirteen and from November 16 to 20—added November 23 to twenty five
  • École K.B. Woodward (13130 106 Avenue), which had prior exposure incidents on September 18 and 21 to 23, additional November thirty
  • Kirkbride Elementary (12150 92nd Avenue), which earlier had exposures from November twenty five to 27, additional November twenty, 23, and 24
  • Kwantlen Park Secondary (10441 132 Street)—which had previous exposures from October thirteen to 14 from October 21 to 22 and from November 2 to 3—added November twenty five to 27 as exposure dates
  • Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary (6151 a hundred and eightieth Street)—which previously had exposures from September fourteen to 15 on November ten and 12 from November 16 to 17 from November 18 to 19 on November twenty and from November 23 to 24—added November thirty and December 1
  • École Panorama Ridge Secondary (13220 sixty fourth Avenue)—which earlier had exposures on September 8 and 10 from September thirty to October 1 from October six to 9 and thirteen to 15 from October 19 to 20 on November 3, four, and 5 on November 16 from November seventeen to 19 on November twenty and 23 and from November 24 to 25—added November 26, 27, and thirty and December 1 to 2
  • Simon Cunningham Elementary (9380 a hundred and fortieth Street), which previously had exposures on November thirteen and 23, additional November 26 to 27
  • T.E. Scott Elementary (7079 148th Street)—which previously had exposures from September fourteen to 15, and from November seventeen to 18 from November 19 to twenty and on November 25—added November 27
  • Holy Cross Regional Superior University (16193 88th Avenue) additional November 27
  • Iqra School (14590 116a Avenue) additional November thirty
  • Khalsa University Newton (6933 124th Street)—which previously had exposure occasions from September 22 to 25 from October twenty to 22 from October 28 to thirty from November 16 to seventeen and from November 18 to 20—added November 23 to 24
  • Khalsa Secondary (10589 124th Street)—which had previous exposure occasions from September 9 and ten September thirty to October 2 from October thirteen to 15 and from November seventeen to 19—added November twenty, 23, and 24
  • Sikh Academy Surrey (2895 eighty fifth Avenue), which had a prior exposure on November 18, had exposures from November 24 to 27.

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