Five of the new cases were epidemiologically linked.
Dania Home is a two-storey long-term care home with 102 beds.
The staffer worked only in one contained unit, Fraser Health said in a news release, and is in self-isolation at home.
Fraser Health has announced a COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care home in Burnaby.
The province confirmed 50 new cases of the virus, along with one new death at the Holy Family Hospital long-term care home in Vancouver.
Henry and Dix also reported one new death in the Vancouver area, bringing B.C.'s death total to 195 people.
Of 278 active cases in B.C., five people are in hospital, including two in intensive care.
The home is one of three facilities on the Dania Care society's care campus, which also has assisted living and independent living buildings.
Haida Gwaii, meanwhile, remains closed to non-residents as locals continue to deal with the community outbreak affecting the northern island archipelago.
Friday's update comes as British Columbians prepare for the B.C. Day long weekend, and Dix and Henry's statement included a focus on how to socialize safely.
The Health Ministry says Friday's figure of 50 new COVID-19 cases is the highest number since April.
Those precautions include keeping groups small, using "layers of protection" and ensuring there is enough space for people to maintain physical distance from each other, Henry and Dix said.
There have also been 63 cases identified in B.C. involving people who reside outside of Canada.
Cases now total 3,641, with a recovery rate of 87 per cent.