B.C. reports 41 new coronavirus cases, fewest patients in hospital mid-March

British Columbia reported 41 new coronavirus cases on Wednesday, as the number of people hospitalized with the virus hit a low not seen since mid-March.

The province’s death toll remained at 194, with no new deaths.

Read more: B.C. reports 23 new COVID-19 cases, one new death at long-term care facility

As of Wednesday there were just six people in hospital with COVID-19, down three from Tuesday and the fewest since March 16. Two patients were in critical care.

2:16 Metro Vancouver parks and beaches packed

Metro Vancouver parks and beaches packed

The Northern Heatlth Authority also said it has identified six new cases of the virus on Haida Gwaii, all linked to an ongoing outbreak in the region.

Read more: Coronavirus: Details revealed for B.C’s return-to-school plan in September

B.C. has now recorded a total of 3,562 cases of the virus, 28 of them epi-linked. The province says 3,109 patients have recovered from COVID-19, while 257 cases remain active.

B.C. health officials will deliver their next live COVID-19 briefing at 3 p.m. PT, Thursday.

© 2020 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

Article Source