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COVID-19 update in BC Canada

Canada’s first apparent case of community transmission was reported in British Columbia last night, when officials announced eight new cases of the illness.

They say a woman in the Vancouver area was diagnosed with COVID-19, even though she did not travel recently and has had no known contact with anyone else diagnosed with the virus.

The number of cases nationally has risen to 51, according to a government press conference. Health officials in Ontario, British Columbia and across Canada have said the risk posed by COVID-19 in this country remains low.

Worldwide cases of the novel coronavirus have surged past 100,000, according to data collected by John Hopkins University, while deaths have passed 3,400.

For the first time in China, the total number of recoveries has exceeded the amount of people who are infected, Business Insider reported.

The advice is that if you are feeling sick, call 811 or go and see your family doctor

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