The latest B.C. COVID-19 numbers: 3,562 cases, 3,109 recovered, 194 deaths

B.C. health officials say there have been an additional 41 cases of COVID-19 in B.C. identified over the past 24 hours.

Because of a data correction made by the province in Wednesday's numbers, it is not clear how many new cases the Interior Health region saw over the past 24 hours. The region is now listed as having 356 total cases, down two from yesterday's figure.

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By health region, there have now been 1,071 cases in Vancouver Coastal Health, 1,846 in Fraser Health, 143 in Vancouver Island Health, 356 in Interior Health, 86 in Northern Health and 60 cases of people who do not reside in Canada.

No new deaths were announced Wednesday and B.C.'s deathtoll stands at 194.

A number of the new cases stem from ongoing outbreaks, including on Haida Gwaii, which now has 20 cases, and Fraser Valley Packers Inc., which now has 31 cases.

One further alert has been issued over ongoing exposure events in Kelowna, this time at Liquid Zoo from July 15 to July 18. Public health officials are asking anyone who attended the Kelowna strip club to monitor closely for symptoms of COVID-19 and contact 811 to get tested if any symptoms develop.

A complete list of exposures is now listed on the Interior Health website.

Six people remain in hospital across B.C. and two of those are in critical care.

A total of 3,109 people have fully recovered, leaving the province with 259 active cases.

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