The state Department of Health on Thursday reported 386 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 11 deaths, giving the state 81,198 cases and 2,031 deaths.
5 more people have received positive test results for COVID-19 in Douglas County, as of Thursday.
The new cases bring to a total 198 COVID-19 cases in Butte-Silver Bow, since the county was informed of its first case March 13.
Since the start of the pandemic there have been 3,937 cases in Fraser Health region, 2,714 in Vancouver Coastal Health region, 196 in the Vancouver Island Health region, 241 in the Northern Health region and 86 non-residents.
The only one not self-isolating at home is now in hospital, although IH hasn't said whether they're in intensive care.
WASHINGTON COUNTY. No new COVID-19 cases were reported Thurday in Washington County, and no county residents are hospitalized for treatment of the virus. At the same time, however, the consequences of gathering in close proximity with large numbers of people - whether all at once or in several small groups on consecutive nights - are being seen with the continued growth in the number of cases and outbreaks in B.C., Henry said.
This marks the second day that the number of new cases in the county was in the double-digits as the number went up by 19 on Tuesday.
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Dr. Bonnie Henry gives provincial update on COVID-19.
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In that same report, Marshall County had two new cases for a cumulative total of 974 and Pulaski County's total case count is holding at 112.
There have been two new health-care facility outbreaks. It is important to remember that 50 people is an upper limit that needs to be scaled down based on the space you are in.
Streator, which is located mostly in La Salle County, has had 339 cases.
Though the majority of active cases remain among younger people - between the ages of 20 and 50 - hospitalizations overwhelmingly occur among patients over the age of 50.