There are now 112 people in British Columbia who have passed away after contracting COVID-19, after health officials recorded one more fatality in the past 24 hours in the Fraser Health region.
Thirty-three new cases were also announced, for a total of 2,145. That includes 79 people in hospital, and 24 in intensive care, while 1,357 patients have also recovered from COVID-19.
There remains 24 ongoing outbreaks around the province in long-term care, acute care and assisted living facilities, while 12 have been declared over.
Two new cases have been identified at the Superior Poultry Processors in Coquitlam, B.C., for a total of 52. Thirty-five are linked to the United Poultry processing plant in East Vancouver, a decrease of seven after a reporting error, according to a press release.
At the Mission Institution, a medium security correctional facility, there are 133 cases among inmates and staff. Fifteen cases in B.C. have also been linked to the Kearl Lake oilsands plant in Alberta.