United Kingdom records 9,284 new Covid-19 cases in rising trend

Of the active cases, 108 (5 in Northern Health) individuals are now hospitalized, 48 (6 in Northern Health) of whom are in intensive care.

India so far has vaccinated 28,00,36,898 people against Coronavirus, according to data from the Union Health Ministry.

Nine patients have now tested positive for the virus, according to Fraser Health.

In the last 24 hours, the province confirmed just 45 new cases, marking the lowest one-day total since August of 2020. That number has fallen in each of the past 41 provincial data updates.

Case rates are falling as vaccination rates continue to rise. In the past three days, health officials administered 140,281 doses of vaccine, with 79.9% of those, to 112,030 people, being needed second doses.

43,127,763 people had been given a first dose by the end of 20 June 2021.

The number of British Columbians who have had at least one dose of vaccine has finally surpassed 3.5 million.

Manitoba has hit its lowest daily case count since April, with 93 new cases of COVID-19 and six deaths on Sunday.

The of hospitalizations continues to decline, with 108 are people now in hospital. As of Monday, 77.3 per cent of B.C. adults and 75.8 per cent of those over the age of 12 had received a shot.

The government has opened a number of drop-in clinics around the province, hoping the easy access will encourage more people to join the immunization effort.

Today, I am pleased to announce the launch of the CoVID-19 Dashboard, where active cases in Fiji can now be viewed on online using an interactive GIS Dashboard.

While no new COVID-19 patients were transported out of province for care Saturday, there are still 17 Manitoba patients in ICUs outside of the province, including 16 in Ontario and one in Alberta.

"Let's remember that the virus is still circulating in communities, here in B.C. and in neighbouring provinces and territories", Dix and Henry said.

"If you are planning a trip, ensure you are vaccinated before you go - it is your ticket to safe travel this summer".

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