COVID-19 numbers have been minimal for the past four weeks in Agassiz-Harrison. (Graphics/Adam Louis)

COVID-19 numbers have been minimal for the past four weeks in Agassiz-Harrison. (Graphics/Adam Louis)

Agassiz-Harrison reports one new COVID-19 case this past week

Reported COVID-19 cases have been minimal for the past four weeks

Agassiz-Harrison may have reached 200 cases of COVID-19 this year, but recent cases have been minimal.

According to the latest data from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, there was only one new case of COVID-19 reported between April 3 and 9. One year ago, there were five cases of COVID-19 in Agassiz-Harrison on the same week.

Reported cases of COVID-19 have been at a minimum in the local health area for the past four weeks.

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There have been no additional outbreaks or exposure events reported in Agassiz-Harrison.

Vaccination rates have not been updated since April 5.

Stay connected to www.agassizharrisonobserver.com for the latest local COVID-19 news.


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