COVID-19 checkup: New case added on southern Vancouver Island


The health officials had no new outbreaks to announce on Friday.

This is a record high for the number of new cases recorded in a single day.

McHenry County residents have been tested a total of 56,752 times since the pandemic began, according to county-specific data collected by the Illinois Department of Public Health.

As of Friday, the South Island's most recent reported symptoms were detected seven days ago, while the Central Island's most recent symptoms were reported five days ago.

The state Department of Health reported 16 new deaths attributed to coronavirus after posting 20 on Friday. For the week ending August 15th, our daily average of new cases was 299 and for the week ending August 22nd, that average has dropped to 206.

In a news release, Health Minister Adrian Dix and the provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C. residents to "think about the new routines that will be part of our activities into the fall".

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In nursing and personal care homes alone, there have been 20,979 cases in residents and 4,578 cases in employees.

To date, 204 people have died of the virus in B.C.

Despite tracing 138 new recovered individuals across the state and recording three new deaths on Friday, that left the active cases in the state to rise by 182 to 2,182 in the state. About 35% are recovering at home or at a long term care facility, 0.6% are recovering at a hospital and the deceased make up 1.5% of all cases, according to county health data. Sanborn County had previously been without an active case, so it now has one active case as the new positive case is the 14th positive case in the county.

Limit your risk of exposure and do your part in preventing the spread of COVID-19 by not congregating in large crowds and gatherings, especially if social distancing can not be observed.

The latest COVID-19-related death was a man in his 50s.

Currently, Russell County has six active and isolated cases, 21 recovered cases, 27 total cases, 32 in quarantine, three pending results, zero currently hospitalized, zero deaths and 753 negative results.