Covit-19 update for April 30: The latest in corona virus in BC is here

BC Here is your daily update with everything you need to know about the novel Corona virus status

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Here is your daily update on everything you need to know about the novel Corona virus status in BC for April 30, 2021.

Here we provide summaries of what is happening in BC so that we can get the latest news at a glance. This page will be updated regularly throughout the day and improvements will be added as they occur.

Check back here for more updates throughout the day. You can also get the latest COVID-19 messages delivered to your inbox on weekdays at 7pm by subscribing Our newsletter is here.


COVID-19 case numbers of BC

According to the latest figures released on April 29:

Total number of confirmed cases: 128,742 (7,996 active cases)
April 26: 853 New cases since
Deaths Total Deaths: 1,577 (1 New Death)
• Hospitalized cases: 503
Care Intensive care: 178
Vacc Total Vaccines: 1,749,375 dose administered (90,296 second dose)
Health Cases under public health surveillance: 11,628
Recovered: 118,937
• Long-term care and assisted housing and currently severely damaged care facilities: 12

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Depth:Govit-19: Corona virus novel all BC.


BC Guides and Links

V Govit-19: Everything you need to know about the Corona virus novel is here

Govt-19 Questions: What you need to know about vaccine rolls in BC

Govt-19: Have you emerged? Here are all the BCs. There are public health warnings

BC COVID-19 in schools: School district exposure warnings are here

Covit-19: Avoid these hand purifiers being recalled in Canada

Covid-19: Here’s where to test in Metro Vancouver

BC COVID-19 symptom self-assessment tool


Recent News in Govt-19 BC

3pm – Health officials are set to share the latest statistics on Govt-19 in BC

Health officials are expected to update the number of COVID-19 cases, deaths and recovery in the province.

10 a.m. – Minister to release enforcement details on the Govt-19 travel ban in BC

The Solicitor General of British Columbia is expected to announce further details on the implementation of a travel ban aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19.

Mike Farnworth, the Minister of Public Safety, announced a week ago orders to limit non-essential travel between the three regional zones until May 25.

He said police would periodically conduct road checks at key travel locations and fines of up to $ 575 could be imposed.

The National Police Association has criticized the order, saying it was unclear and that its RCMP members in BC were at risk of public backlash and virus exposure due to the slow release of the vaccine to authorities.

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BC The Civil Liberties Association has said tribal, black and ethnic communities may be at risk of negative harm when dealing with police.

However, he sought to obtain Farnworth County from racist communities.

-Gadian Press

5 am – BC COVID-19 Death due to parties may lead to murder charges: Experts

Legal experts say individuals who violate health rules by having parties leading to death from COVID-19 should heed a British Columbia judge’s warning of facing a murder charge.

Lisa Dufremont, a professor at York University’s Ascot Hall Law School, said the homicide charges stemmed from an unlawful act that led to death and a premeditated act that caused physical harm.

“In fact if it causes someone’s death, as the judge said, it will lead to homicide,” Dufremont said in an interview Thursday.

“The judge is right about that.”

Provincial Court Judge Ellen Gordon this week sentenced Mohammed Mossaki to one day in prison, a $ 5,000 fine and 18 months’ probation. He had previously pleaded guilty to disobeying a court order, failing to comply with a health officer’s order and illegally purchasing grain alcohol.

The court heard he had a party for 78 people in a penthouse condominium measuring 165 square meters, which police described as a makeshift nightclub.

-Gadian Press

12 p.m.– 853 new cases, registration of ICU cases; Vaccines along the way

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BC Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry on Thursday announced 853 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total to 128,742 in the province.

There are 178 people in intensive care with COVID-19, which is the highest to date.

An additional death toll has risen to 1,577.

Henry said the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine is expected next week BC.

Next month BC. Henry said it will receive about a million doses of Pfizer, which will speed up the age-based program.


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Local resources for COVID-19 information

Here is a lot of information and landing pages for COVID-19 from various health and government agencies.

BC COVID-19 symptom self-assessment tool

Vancouver Coastal Health – Information on Corona Viral Disease (COVID-19)

HealthLing BC – Corona virus (COVID-19) info page

BC for disease control. Center – Novel Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Government of Canada – Corona virus disease (COVID-19): Outbreak update

World Health Organization – Outbreak of corona virus disease (COVID-19)

– With files from the Canadian edition

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