Health officials have announced another 100 cases of COVID-19 in B.C., identified over the past 24 hours.
Of B.C.'s now 6,691 cases since the pandemic began, 1,378 are active, while 5,086 have recovered and 213 have died.
An additional 3,101 people are self-isolating and being monitored by public health workers due to potential exposure.
By health authority, there have been 2,285 cases in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 3,482 in Fraser Health, 185 in Vancouver Island Health, 462 in Interior Health, 193 in Northern Health and 84 among those who reside outside Canada.
Interior Health says there are currently 16 active cases in the region, with none in hospital.
Two new health-care facility outbreaks were announced Wednesday, at the Royal Arch Masonic Home long-term care facility in the Vancouver Coastal Health region and the Milieu Children and Family Services Society community living facility in Fraser Health.
In all, there are currently 12 health-care facility outbreaks in the province, all in the lower mainland.