COVID-19: Okanagan sees slight increase in confirmed cases from week prior

COVID-19 cases in the Okanagan for the last week of April grew slightly from the week prior, according to provincial data.Statistics from the B.C.

Centre for Disease Control show that for the week of April 23-29, there were 351 confirmed cases of COVID-19 throughout the Okanagan health zone.That’s up from 321 cases from April 16-22, but it’s also a significant decrease from April 9-15, when there were 414 cases.

B.C. reports 740 new COVID-19 cases, fewest since late March Broken down on a smaller scale, the Central Okanagan, as usual, had the highest cases.

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