Province reports 500 new cases, including 91 in Interior Health region

The province has another 500 cases of COVID-19, as well as 14 further deaths due to the disease.

In the Interior Health region, elevated case counts continue, with 91 reported on Wednesday.

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The Interior region has also seen three further deaths, with two occurring at the Noric House outbreak in Vernon and another in community or hospital.

Elsewhere in the province, there have been 125 new cases in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 216 in the Fraser Health region, 32 in Vancouver Island Health, 35 in Northern Health one new case in a person who normally resides outside Canada.

The province now has 4,345 active cases, including 320 patients in hospital, 66 of whom are in critical care.

Of B.C.'s 62,412 total cases, 55,564 people have recovered while 1,104 have now died.

Another 6,905 people are under active public health monitoring due to exposure to confirmed cases.

On the vaccine front, 98,125 doses have now been administered in B.C.

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