1,013 new cases of COVID-19 and three deaths have been reported in British Columbia on March 26, 2021.
Dr. Bonnie Henry, provincial health officer of British Columbia said, “There are 7,405 active cases of COVID-19 in the province. There are 301 individuals currently hospitalized with COVID-19, 80 of whom are in intensive care. “
So far, 100,048 people have been tested positive for COVID- 19 and 91,066 have been recovered.
1,458 people have died from COVID- 19 In British Columbia.
“Tomorrow, as we go into the Easter weekend, expanded visitation in all long-term care facilities throughout the province will get underway. If you are planning to visit your family member or friend, please remember that COVID-19 safety plans must continue to be followed, including wearing masks and staying away if you feel unwell. “We all have the same ability to spread the COVID-19 virus – no matter our age. We also know that regardless of where we work or what pre-existing health conditions we may have, the older we are, the higher our risk of severe illness”, Bonnie Added.
“Right now, no one should be travelling for leisure or vacation outside of your local communities or regions. The risk for all of us is too great, which means any of our usual travel and holiday weekend gatherings need to be put on hold this year”, said Bonnie Henry.