Blood samples taken from 1,556 school staff showed 2.3 per cent tested positive for antibodies to the virus that causes COVID-19, mirroring the number of positive tests from a matching group of donors who did not work in schools.
There were 15 new cases today in Interior Health, as well as 18 in Fraser Health, 12 in Vancouver Coastal Health, seven in Northern Health, three in Island Health and one in a person who resides out of province.
Just over the weekend, health officials have reported 229 COVID-19 cases in the past three days, bringing the total number of active cases to 1204.
To date, 77.7% of all adults 18 and over in BC and 76.2% of those 12 and older have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Henry noted a total of 4.5 million doses of vaccine have been administered in B.C., including 1.1 million second doses.
The active caseload also dropped to 1,150 - the lowest it's been since September 2 - while hospitalizations increased slightly to 111, including 41 people in intensive care. The remaining people with COVID-19 are recovering at home in self-isolation.
There have been no new COVID-19-related deaths, leaving a total of 1,743 deaths in British Columbia. "This will allow you and your family to enjoy your summer even more, knowing you have protection from COVID-19". "This gives us a strong foundation for our summer ahead". "Obviously we want to do that as fast as we can, but we also want to make sure that we keep a good interval between dose one and dose two, so there may be some spillover in people who are just getting immunized now, into early August".
"Vaccines really are our ticket to travel", Dr. Henry said.
Strong southerly winds will cause minor water level rises late Sunday through Monday morning for areas south of Cape Hatteras. In Alabama's Escambia County, a tornado triggered by Claudette ripped apart at least 50 mobile homes, according to Gov.
A total of 26,000 COVID tests were recorded on Saturday, with health authorities deeming the number insufficient. Two cases of local transmission were reported on Sunday, along with three overseas acquired cases.
The test positivity in Manitoba has dropped to 8 per cent - the lowest it's been since April 24 - and 7.2 per cent in Winnipeg. There are now 250 Manitobans in hospital with COVID-19, including 74 total Manitoban patients in ICU.
Cette affaire a secoué la défense en raison de failles dans la surveillance des éléments radicalisés au sein de l'armée belge. La police a statué qu'il s'agissait du corps de Jürgen Conings , ex-militaire qui était en fuite depuis mi-mai.
Ontario continues to urge its citizens to get vaccinated as soon as they can and to book a second dose as soon as eligible. The Ministry of Health said there were 378 people in hospital with the novel coronavirus - 352 in intensive care.
The accused man was not identified, but he has prior convictions and is cooperating, they said, according to the Moscow outlet. Embassy in Moscow offered its condolences in the death of Serou on Saturday.
The identity of the second man arrested has not been released, but the RCMP described him as "an associate" of Wildman's. Fire Chief Mark Sinclair said the fire had taken over the home, a garage, a workshop and more than 40 nearby vehicles.
Il avait pris part à une battue citoyenne réunissant un millier de personnes quelques jours après la disparition de son épouse. Selon nos confrères de La Dépêche , les gardes à vue de la mère et du beau-père de Cédric Jubillar ont été levées.
Arvada closed its City Hall and canceled a City Council meeting to provide resources to investigators and other first responders. It comes nearly three months after a gunman attacked a King Soopers grocery store and killed 10, including an officer.
The party, which represents farmers and rural voters, has 21 members in the governing centre-right coalition. It's yet another reminder of how politically toxic the climate change debate is here in Australia.
In a statement Saturday night, Wasserman Schultz said she was safe but "deeply shaken and devastated that a life was lost". Trantalis, who witnessed the incident, described it as a terrorist attack on the LGBTQ+ community, according to WSVN-TV.
UN Warning on Great Barrier Reef Stuns Australia
China chairs the UNESCO committee, but when queried in parliament, Ley declined to say if she was pointing the finger at Beijing. The country had time to react by developing a long-term plan - called the Reef 2050 Plan - to improve the reef's health.
Hotel quarantine starts to end in two weeks
In this situation, federal officials said that the parents will be able to leave the house during their children's isolation. Fully vaccinated people will be allowed to enter Canada with fewer restrictions starting July 5, according to the CBC.
Nine children and one adult killed in crash
Traffic on that stretch of I-65 is usually filled with vacationers driving to and from Gulf of Mexico beaches on summer weekends. This photo, provided by Alicia Josie, shows debris covering the streets of East Brewton, Alabama on Saturday, June 19, 2021.
Saskatchewan triggers Step Three on July 11
Everybody who received their first shot of a COVID-19 vaccine on or before May 15 can get their second dose starting Monday. SHA indicates on their Re-opening Roadmap timetable that the majority of public health measures will be lifted.
Brazil tops 500,000 deaths from COVID-19
He has already been hit with several fines by local authorities for holding rallies without wearing a mask. That's a malaria drug that rigorous studies have shown to be ineffective in treating Covid-19.
Tropical storm warning issued for northern Gulf Coast
Potential tropical cyclone three is centered about 220 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana and is moving NNE at 14 mph. It has a 90% chance of developing within the next 48 hours, and the chances remain the same through the next five days.