British Columbia health officials have reported 250 new COVID-19 cases and three deaths since their last update on May 25.
The number of confirmed cases in B.C. climbs to 142,886 while the death now stands at 1,683.
Of the new cases, 84 were recorded in Vancouver Coastal Health, 109 were in Fraser Health, nine were in Island Health, 40 were in Interior Health, and eight were in Northern Health.
There are currently 3,580 active cases in the province, 296 people in hospital — 97 of whom are in intensive care.
A total of 137,517 people in B.C. have recovered from COVID-19 while 2,979,951 doses of vaccine have been administered province-wide,
Today’s data was released as a statement to the media.
Currently, there 131 active cases and 11 people in hospital — three of whom are in critical care — on Vancouver Island, according to data available on the BCCDC’s dashboard.
In the past 24 hours, there were 647 new COVID-19 tests performed and 9,827 doses of vaccine administered on Vancouver Island. Of those doses, 44 were AstraZeneca, 1,854 were Moderna and 7,929 doses were Pfizer.
Since the pandemic began, there have been 5,027 cases have reported, 40 deaths, 246 total hospitalizations, 4,853 recoveries and 496,253 doses of vaccine administered on Vancouver Island.
When it comes to vaccines, there have been 21,953 doses of AstraZeneca, 106,062 doses of Moderna and 368,238 doses of Pfizer vaccine administered Island-wide.
Meanwhile, Island Health reported 96 active cases on Vancouver Island in its latest dashboard update — up slightly from yesterday.
Of those active cases, 29 are in the North Island, 39 are in Central Island, and 28 are in the South Island.
Island Health’s and BCCDC’s data often differ from each other due to a “difference in timing of reporting across laboratory and public health data sources.”