"Of the total cases, 116 are in Vancouver Coastal, 47 are in Fraser, 12 are on Vancouver Island, seven are in Interior and four are in Northern health regions".
Two of the new deaths were residents in the Lynn Valley Care Centre, which brings the total number of people who have died of coronavirus in the care home to six.
Henry added, however, "We don't have widespread community spread of this virus yet".
The novel coronavirus has been confirmed at another Metro Vancouver seniors' facility, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) confirmed Wednesday.
Although it's just a one-day ban, Stewart urged Vancouverites to reconsider whether they needed to visit a restaurant or bar in person and if so, whether they'd be able to maintain a one-metre distance between patrons.
Health Minister Adrian Dix said almost a million people have used the provincial government's symptom self-assessment online tool to determine whether a test is needed, and that a newly established help line has eased some of the pressure on the province's 811 info line.
The state of emergency follows Tuesday's declaration of a public health emergency in B.C. over COVID-19.
On Saturday, Henry said the role of children in spreading the disease was still unclear.
The decision to keep schools closed would be made by public health officials, not by school districts, according to a letter by Burnaby superintendent Gina Niccoli-Moen to parents Friday. "We'll get through the next few weeks together", she said.
"They should not be at work", she told a news conference.
Yesterday, Henry noted that people should consult the new online assesment tool if they aren't sure if they require further testing or assessment for COVID-19.
Pharmacists have also been asked to refill prescriptions without additional doctor's notes, in an effort to save time and free doctors to treat COVID-19 cases. Additionally, the Health Ministry says that people who are self-isolating are no longer a danger to their communities so their locations are not important.