British Columbians will receive their first COVID-19 update of the week on Monday with information on the latest case numbers, deaths and outbreaks related to the pandemic.
The update, which is expected to come in the afternoon, will contain information for the last three days.
While Dr. Bonnie Henry, Health Secretary Adrian Dix and Prime Minister John Horgan will speak about COVID-19 vaccinations on Monday afternoon, it is unclear whether the case update will be made during this press conference or later in a statement.
On Friday v. Chr. Marked the first decline in the 7-day rolling average in weeks. When officials announced 663 new cases of the disease, it cut the average from 556 to 549.
While the one-day decrease doesn’t necessarily suggest the province has managed to get the case numbers under control, it was the first time since July 15 that the average hasn’t risen.
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