British Columbia reported 98 new cases of COVID-19 and one new death on Friday.
Active cases trended downward for the third consecutive day, with health officials reporting 1,349 in a written statement.
The number of active cases was revised to have dropped significantly on Tuesday, following a delay in reporting from Vancouver Coastal Health.
The number of people in isolation due to possible exposure, however, climbed again to a new record of 3,533.
There were 62 people with COVID-19 in hospital, and 19 of them were in critical or intensive care.
The outbreak at Surrey Memorial Hospital was declared over, however a new outbreak was declared at the Peace Portal Seniors’ Village in Surrey.
About 81 per cent of B.C.’s 8,641 cases have recovered.View link »