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The woman who was identified as B.C.'s first case of community transmission is a worker at the Lynn Valley Care Home, where two residents have tested positive for COVID-19.The woman who was identified as B.C.'s first case of community transmission is a worker at the Lynn Valley Care Home, where two residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19: Outbreak at senio care home in North Vancouver, six new cases in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

The woman who was identified as B.C.'s first case of community transmission is a worker at the Lynn Valley Care Home, where two residents have tested positive for COVID-19.The woman who was identified as B.C.'s first case of community transmission is a worker at the Lynn Valley Care Home, where two residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19: Outbreak at senio care home in North Vancouver, six new cases in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

“Dr. Bonnie Henry getting emotional during the COVID-19 press conference. She is an incredible person doing incredible work. Let’s make sure we listen to her advice. #Covid #BC #Canada”

Paul Haysom on Twitter: "Dr. Bonnie Henry getting emotional during the COVID-19 press conference. She is an incredible person doing incredible work. Let’s make sure we listen to her advice. #Covid #BC #Canada"

“BC Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announces: 6 new cases of COVID-19 in that province - 2 are at an old age care home, 2 were people who traveled back from Iran - 2 people had been on the Grand Princess between Feb. 11th-21st #COVID19”

Mike Le Couteur on Twitter: "BC Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announces: 6 new cases of COVID-19 in that province - 2 are at an old age care home, 2 were people who traveled back from Iran - 2 people had been on the Grand Princess between Feb. 11th-21st #COVID19"

“Dr.Bonnie Henry is BC’s Provincial Health Officer and has been sharing information on #COVIDー19 every week.Some of her advice has been turned into memes.This is one of my favs:”

Melanie Nagy on Twitter: "Dr.Bonnie Henry is BC’s Provincial Health Officer and has been sharing information on #COVIDー19 every week.Some of her advice has been turned into memes.This is one of my favs:… https://t.co/bFZRK0HdGz"

“Six new #COVIDー19 in BC: 2 related to travel from Iran, 2 from Princess Cruise, and 2 residents of Lynn valley care centre linked to case #21, Dr Bonnie Henry says cases from care home are very concerning @GlobalBC @BC1 @JenPalmaGlobal”

Negar Mojtahedi on Twitter: "Six new #COVIDー19 in BC: 2 related to travel from Iran, 2 from Princess Cruise, and 2 residents of Lynn valley care centre linked to case #21, Dr Bonnie Henry says cases from care home are very concerning @GlobalBC @BC1 @JenPalmaGlobal"

Six more people in B.C. have tested positive for COVID-19, including two residents at a long-term care home, provincial health officials have confirmed.Six more people in B.C. have tested positive for COVID-19, including two residents at a long-term care home, provincial health officials have confirmed.

In an update Saturday morning, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are now 27 cases of COVID-19 recorded in B.C.In an update Saturday morning, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are now 27 cases of COVID-19 recorded in B.C.

B.C. announces six new cases of COVID-19

British Columbia has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care home in North Vancouver after two residents were diagnosed with the virus.British Columbia has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a long-term care home in North Vancouver after two residents were diagnosed with the virus.

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Vancouver long-term care home with 3 cases | CP24.com

A total of 27 presumptive cases of the novel coronavirus now detected in the provinceA total of 27 presumptive cases of the novel coronavirus now detected in the province

6 new COVID-19 cases in B.C., including ‘outbreak’ at care home – Quesnel Cariboo Observer

Two new cases and a previously-announced case are connected to the Lynn Valley Care Centre, while two others were passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship.Two new cases and a previously-announced case are connected to the Lynn Valley Care Centre, while two others were passengers on the Grand Princess cruise ship.

B.C. declares COVID-19 outbreak at North Vancouver care home, 6 new cases announced | Globalnews.ca

Community cases of COVID-19 had been reported in several countries around the world — but not yet in Canada.Community cases of COVID-19 had been reported in several countries around the world — but not yet in Canada.

Coronavirus: What to know about the 1st Canadian ‘community case’ of COVID-19 | Globalnews.ca

Here is a summary of the biggest story lines on novel coronavirus relevant to Vancouver Island and British Columbians.Here is a summary of the biggest story lines on novel coronavirus relevant to Vancouver Island and British Columbians.

Latest on BC Coronavirus: Friday, March 6

Health officials have identified COVID-19 community transmission between a health care worker and two residents at the Lynn Valley Care Centre.Health officials have identified COVID-19 community transmission between a health care worker and two residents at the Lynn Valley Care Centre.

B.C.'s premier and top health officials are scheduled to provide an update on the province's preparations for COVID-19 on Friday.B.C.'s premier and top health officials are scheduled to provide an update on the province's preparations for COVID-19 on Friday.

B.C. premier outlines province’s COVID-19 response plan | Globalnews.ca

British Columbia and Ontario are the provinces hardest hit by the outbreakBritish Columbia and Ontario are the provinces hardest hit by the outbreak

COVID-19 in Canada: What we know about all the coronavirus cases so far | National Post

British Columbia and Ontario are the provinces hardest hit by the outbreakBritish Columbia and Ontario are the provinces hardest hit by the outbreak

COVID-19 in Canada: What we know about all the coronavirus cases so far | National Post

The B.C. government has unveiled its plan for dealing with what could be a sustained COVID-19 outbreak lasting months on end. The B.C. government has unveiled its plan for dealing with what could be a sustained COVID-19 outbreak lasting months on end.

B.C. unveils COVID-19 response plan as it prepares for potential of sustained outbreak | CTV News

Health officials say they have systems in place to respond in case there's community transmission in British Columbia, as outlined in their pandemic plan.Health officials say they have systems in place to respond in case there's community transmission in British Columbia, as outlined in their pandemic plan.

VICTORIA — British Columbia has announced eight new cases of COVID-19, including the first apparent community transmission of the virus in the province. Dr.VICTORIA — British Columbia has announced eight new cases of COVID-19, including the first apparent community transmission of the virus in the province. Dr.

Eight new COVID-19 cases in B.C., but province says jump expected - KamloopsMatters.com