The current average of 19.57 new cases per day is down from a high of 46 cases per day in early September, when the University of Kansas conducted widespread tests of students and staff, and up from a recent low of nine cases per day in early August.
In a weekly report released Wednesday, Oct. 14, OHA listed South Lake among the child care facilities that have reported active outbreaks.
There have been no additional outbreaks of COVID-19 in the health-care system or in the broader community since Henry's last update on Tuesday, and an outbreak at St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver has been declared over.
There were no new deaths from the virus since Tuesday, leaving the province's death toll at 250.
The total for the county is now 929, with 105 cases that are actively being monitored by the Health Department, 812 that have recovered, and a total of 12 deaths. The remaining people are recovering at home in self-isolation. She notes the active cases and percent-positive tests have remained stable. Another 3,608 people are under active public health monitoring after being exposed to someone with COVID-19. Public alerts and notifications are posted on the BC Centre for Disease Control's (BCCDC) website and on all health authorities' websites.
"Like many other activities that have restarted, provincial sports organizations and sports facilities require COVID-19 safety plans to ensure a safe return to sport".
"Choosing to do the right thing helps to protect all of us and keep our loved ones, our elders, and our communities safe".