On Friday afternoon, health officials announced that a staff member at Derby Manor, an independent living facility operated by the George Derby Care Society, had contracted the virus.
Hours later, they said a resident of George Derby Centre, a long-term care centre, had also tested positive.
The two are separate facilities, located on the same campus of care.
Fraser Health said in a release that there is no evidence right now that the two outbreaks are linked.
“The staff member who tested positive for COVID-19 as part of the outbreak at Derby Manor announced earlier today did not work at George Derby Centre,” the health authority said.
Fraser Health said both patients are self-isolating, and contact-tracing measures are underway.
The health authority’s website says George Derby Centre hosts 300 publicly subsidized long-term beds, while Derby Manor has 122 residential units.