B.C. health officials on Wednesday reported 41 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths since their last update on July 13.
The total number of cases identified in British Columbia now stands at 148,228 while the province’s death toll remains unchanged at 1,760.
Of the new cases, 10 were recorded in Vancouver Coastal Health, 11 were in Fraser Health, one was in Island Health, 15 were in Interior Health, two were in Northern Health and one was in a person who normally resides outside of Canada.
There are currently 639 active cases in the province, 65 people in hospital — 11 of whom are in intensive care.
According to provincial health officials, 3,475,111 (80.3 per cent) of all eligible adults in B.C. have received their first dose, while 2,185,443 (50.5 per cent) have received their second dose.
A total of 145,817 people in B.C. have recovered from COVID-19 while 5,872,611 doses of vaccine have been administered province-wide.
Currently on Vancouver Island, there are 23 active cases — three in the North Island, nine in the Central Island, and 11 in the South Island — and two people in hospital, one of whom is in critical care.
In the past 24 hours, there were 565 new COVID-19 tests performed and 10,600 doses of vaccine administered on Vancouver Island. Of the doses administered 73 were AstraZeneca, 2,950 were Moderna and 7,577 doses were Pfizer.
Of the 964,375 doses of vaccine administered in the region, 350,789 (36 per cent) are second doses.
Since the pandemic began, there have been 5,184 cases reported, 41 deaths, and 255 total hospitalizations, 5,119 recoveries on Vancouver Island.