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B.C. reports COVID-19 data from June 19 to 25

By Richmond Sentinel

Published 3:10 PDT, Thu June 30, 2022

In the past week (June 19 to 25) there were 620 new COVID-19 cases reported in B.C., bringing the overall total to 374,594 since the pandemic began.

Of the new cases, 138 were in the Vancouver Coastal Health region (including Richmond), 250 in the Fraser Health region, 129 in the Island Health region, 72 in the Interior Health region, and 31 in the Northern Health region.

There is no update on the number of people currently hospitalized with COVID-19 in B.C. or the number in critical care.

There were 169 new hospital admissions in the past week (June 19 to 25). Of those, 36 were in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 79 in the Fraser Health region, 39 in the Island Health region, 11 in the Interior Health region, and four in the Northern Health region. According to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) report, these numbers are expected to increase as data become more complete.

The number of COVID-19 admissions in the previous week (June 12 to 18) increased to 194 from the 156 originally reported last week.

The 30-day all-cause mortality report, which includes COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 related deaths occurring within 30 days from a positive lab result, indicates there were 17 deaths between June 19 and 25. 

Of those who died, five lived in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, five in the Fraser Health region, four in the Island Health region, three in the Interior Health region, and none in the Northern Health region. According to the B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) report, these numbers are expected to increase as data become more complete.

The number of COVID-19 deaths in the previous week (June 12 to 18) increased to 32 from the 26 originally reported last week. Deaths the previous week (June 5 to 11) increased by one to 62.

Locally, the latest data from the BCCDC indicates that there were 23 cases in Richmond last week (June 19 to 25), up from 18 the previous week (June 12 to 18).

For more information and data, visit the BCCDC website: bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19/data

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