B.C. health officials to provide Thursday update on coronavirus response

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British Columbia health officials are slated to deliver their latest update on the province’s novel coronavirus response at 3 p.m. PT.

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On Wednesday, officials said B.C. had gone five consecutive days without a death from COVID-19.

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B.C. has recorded a total of 2,680 cases since the pandemic began, nearly 87 per cent of which have resolved.

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As of Wednesday, the province had just 185 active cases remaining. Twelve COVID-19 patients are in hospital, four of them in intensive care.

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