Govt-19 recorded 1,262 new cases and two more deaths in BC. Health officials announced Friday.
In a written statement, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and BC Health Minister Adrian Dix said there were 9,574 active cases of disease caused by the corona virus novel in BC.
A total of 332 people are in the hospital and 102 are in intensive care. Of the 296 people hospitalized since last Thursday, 79 of them were in intensive care.
In the last seven weeks BC, hospital admissions have risen by 53 percent, while active ICU cases have increased by 63 percent. In the last 12 days, BC. There are 195 Fraser health authorities in 366 new hospitals across the country.
The provincial death toll from the disease is 1,495.
Public health is actively monitoring 15,673 people in the province who are self-isolated due to COVID-19 exposure.
So far, 1,025,019 drugs of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered, of which 87,606 are secondary doses.
4,111 cases of COVID-19 have now been confirmed as alarming variants in BC. Of the total cases, 105 are active and the rest have recovered. This includes 3,082 cases of the B117 variant first detected in the UK, 974 cases of the B1 variant (Brazil) and 55 cases of the P1351 variant (South Africa).
As cases increase, especially those involving variants of anxiety, the BC vaccination strategy is being explored.
Registration for the province’s vaccination program is currently open to tribals over 65 and over 18.
But some experts have suggested Switching from an age-based vaccine model Young people – especially essential workers – to a place of priority.
“I think we keep our eggs in the vaccine basket, but vaccinations will not be quick, to prevent the different tides we are in now being a big challenge,” said Caroline Colliz, a Canadian 150 professor. Head of Research in Mathematics for Evolution, Infection and Public Health at Simon Fraser University.
Others say Canada Better than average by vaccination – Without domestic production capacity, vaccine supply problems are given.