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B.C. reports 1,889 new COVID-19 cases over two days

B.C. health officials on Monday reported 1,889 new cases of COVID-19 over two days.

There were 999 cases between Saturday and Sunday and 890 cases between Sunday and Monday.

Officials also revised COVID-19 case numbers issued on Saturday. The province now says there were 1,074 cases between Thursday and Friday, and 1,077 cases between Friday and Saturday, leaving the four-day case count at 4,040.

There are 318 individuals in hospital with COVID-19. The number of people in intensive care has risen to 96, an all-time high.

There have been 23 new COVID-19 deaths since April 1, the province said Monday, bringing B.C.’s death toll to 1,486.

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There are 8,490 active cases of COVID-19 in B.C. and nearly 12,000 people are in self-isolation due to possible exposure to the novel coronavirus.

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