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Provincial Health Officer Dr Bonnie Henry extended the current public health regulations that restricted gatherings in private homes until February 5 at midnight

In addition to prohibiting gatherings with anyone outside your household, the ordinances restrict public events, adult team sports, personal worship, theater, some types of fitness programs, and non-essential travel.The ordinances were first issued in the Fraser Health area in November, in December, however, extended to the entire province

“We are at this time of greatest risk and greatest potential benefit,” said Henry. “We know the vast majority of people are doing the right thing (but) the number of new cases shows that some people in all Health officials decided to make an exception for themselves “

In the province, the numbers have risen in recent days as people who have gathered over the holidays show symptoms and are tested

While in B a total of 41064 people vaccinated against COVID-19 C. So far, that’s nowhere near the 60 to 75 percent vaccination rate needed to stop community transmission, Henry said

“This is our riskiest time right now,” she said, “I know we can do it The actions you take together will make a difference”

Two more cases of the contagious UK Variation of the COVID-19 virus was found in B.Henry said both people were household contacts of the traveler who had returned from the UK with the virus, she said

“We have continued to monitor (and) we have not yet found any other cases in BC with this variant, “said Henry

On Thursday, Henry announced 761 new cases of COVID-19 in B.including 64 in Northern Health

The number of active cases in BC. fell on 6349 The number of active cases in the north was not given, but on Thursday the BC. The Center for Disease Control reported 438 active cases in the north – a slight increase from Wednesday

In the Northern Health area, 38 people with COVID-19 have been hospitalized, including 16 in the intensive care unit Via B.C.A total of 372 people were hospitalized with the disease, 74 of whom were in the intensive care unit

Another eight COVID-19-related deaths were reported Thursday, bringing the death toll in the province to 970. None of these deaths occurred in the Northern Health area, making the death toll in the region due to the Pandemic was at 32

Since the beginning of the pandemic there has been 56015 cases of COVID-19C – including 2338 in the Northern Health region

As of Thursday, laboratories will be performing COVID-19 tests in B. will report their results directly to B. CDC, rather than first reporting to the five provincial health authorities who then report to the CDC

Data reported in B C. CDC’s COVID-19 dashboard has been updated to reflect this change and to align historical data with the new reporting method

From Thursday the BC. CDC will provide weekly updates on the number of cases and deaths related to outbreaks in long-term care, assisted living, and independent living facilities

According to data released Thursday, there have been a total of 59 cases at the Jubilee Lodge in Prince George – 48 among residents and 11 among employees – and 12 residents have died from the diseaseC. The CDC falsely reported a total of eight deaths in the nursing home, according to a spokesman for Northern Health

At the North Peace Seniors Housing Society apartments at Fort St John, 15 residents were infected and one died. A facility employee was also infected

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During the outbreak at Rotary Manor in Dawson Creek, which has now passed, nine residents and five employees contracted COVID-19 and two residents died

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Source: https://www.princegeorgecitizen.com/news/local-news/b-c-extends-restrictions-on-gathering-north-sees-rise-in-active-covid-cases-1.24264390