All but three of the 13 deaths recorded in the province have occurred at Lynn Valley.
A further 42 residents Ebony Brossard escorts 21 health care workers have tested positive for the virus at Lynn Valley, which has the most cases of all long-term care facilities in the province, possibly Canada. A staff person at Little Mountain Place on East Fat people in Saskatoon dresses Avenue in Vancouver and a resident at Evergreen Heights in White Rock have also been infected with the disease, said Henry, noting the spread of the virus in care homes is believed to be connected to staff who work at multiple facilities.
Althea Hayden issued a public health order in an effort to protect seniors and workers at care homes from contracting the virus.
The order issued March 21 prohibits long-term care staff and volunteers from working at more than one health care facility. The order does not apply to doctors, paramedics and lab technicians.
As of Tuesday, 59 people were in hospital in B. The good news, the doctor added, is that of the people who contracted COVID have fully recovered. More than 30, people have been tested since the outbreak.
Henry reiterated that not everyone requires a test. People can self-assess themselves with an on-line tool available via the B. Henry was expected to provide another update Wednesday.
Note: This story has been updated since first posted.