Health officials in British Columbia announced 26 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths related to the virus on Monday.
There have also been no long-term care or community outbreaks, and the number of active cases now totals six. The total number of COVID-19 cases recorded in British Columbia now stands at 2,904, with 1,529 cases in the Fraser Health region, 979 cases in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 131 cases in the Island Health region, and 65 cases in the Northern Health region.
Over the weekend, Vancouver Coastal Health notified the public of possible COVID-19 exposure at a Vancouver strip club.
Anyone who visited the strip club between 9 p.m. and 3 a.m. on June 21, 22, 23 or 24 is urged to self-monitor and call for a test if they begin to show symptoms.
The Beresford Warming Shelter outbreak has been declared over.
The death toll remains at 174.
Another 32 people have also recovered from COVID-19 since the last update, leaving 153 active cases across B.C.
"As we move into this phase of our restart plan, we must remember that COVID-19 remains a risk for everyone, even though our new cases are low, we need to keep it there", said Henry.
The airlines announced Friday that they would use health recommendations from the UN's aviation agency and the International Air Transport Association.
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"These foundational rules allow us to increase our time with others, to restart many businesses, and most importantly, to stay safe while doing that".
"We want to be absolutely clear there are no exceptions or half measures". British Columbians have flattened our curve. "Businesses need to be aware that you are responsible for keeping your employees and your patrons safe and you could be liable if appropriate precautions are not taken to protect people when they are in your work".
"Visitors from other parts of Canada or within the province need to stay home if they are ill".
"One slip is all we need to cause a significant rebound and we have seen that happen in jurisdictions around us".
"Phase 3 allows for more types of activities, but how we interact with each other does not change". "We have to remember when this virus is anywhere, the risk is everywhere".