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The possible exposure occurred from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23 during operating hours.
The risk of exposure is considered low, but health officials are asking anyone who was at Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar on the specified dates and times to self-monitor for symptoms.
Saturday, 12 a.m. – Health officials announce 514 new cases, five additional deaths
On Friday, health officials reported 514 more cases of COVID-19 in B.C., bringing the total number of cases in the province to 66,779 since the start of the pandemic. There were also five more deaths, bringing the total to 1,189 British Columbians who have died as a result of the virus.
Of the new cases, 134 are in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 223 in the Fraser Health region, 29 in the Island Health region, 71 in the Interior Health region, and 57 in the Northern Health region.
Henry expressed disappointment with the delays impacting the delivery of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to B.C., but was confident the province would meet its Phase 1 and Phase 2 objectives as soon as possible.
“January has proven to be a difficult month for all of us. As our new cases of COVID-19 remain high, vaccine supply has been impacted and we all feel the fatigue of this pandemic,” Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix said in a joint statement.
Saturday, 12 a.m. – Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak over at Nicola Lodge
Fraser Health is declaring the COVID-19 outbreak over at Nicola Lodge, a long term care facility in Port Coquitlam.