The latest case numbers, exposure warnings, and guidelines: Here’s your daily update on everything you need to know about COVID-19 in B.

Here is your daily update with everything you need to know about the novel coronavirus situation in B. for dec 18, 2020

We will provide summaries of what went on in B. Get the latest news at a glance. This page is updated regularly throughout the day, with developments being added as they occur

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According to the latest figures from December 17: • Total number of confirmed cases: 44776 (10009 active) • New cases since December 16: 673 • Hospital cases: 358 • Critical care: 93 • COVID-19 deaths: 713 (21 new) • Cases under public health surveillance: Dec.388 • Recovered: 32963 • Long-term care and assisted living as well as acutely affected care facilities: 59

Health officials are expected to update the number of COVID-19 cases, deaths, and recoveries across the province

Online applications are from today for up to 1000 billion USD possible C. Recovery benefit phone applications start on Monday June 2021 time to apply

To learn more about the recovery benefit, see COVID-19: What’s The BC. Recovery performance and how do I apply?

The one-time payment is tax-free and the amount depends on the income of a person or family

Provincial health officials confirmed an additional 673 new cases of COVID-19 and 21 more deaths on Thursday

The daily update from Dr Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry, Dix Health Secretary, sees the total number of cases rise to 44776 and an increase in the total number of deaths to 713

12 am – Q&A: Dr Bonnie Henry recalls 2020, the gritty year COVID made her a household name

Last Christmas, when most British Columbians were blissfully enjoying the holidays, Dr. Bonnie Henry began to worry about a strange pneumonia in China, and wondered how the province might prepare if visitors would bring her here

Her gut told her this could be like SARS in 2003 as she played a major role in Toronto’s response to this coronavirus outbreak, so the provincial health officer hoisted a red flag with officials in early January

Here you will find a range of information and landing pages for COVID-19 from various health and government agencies

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