News Northern Health records no new Covid-19 infections, BC sees 26 since Friday SHARE ON: Catherine Garrett, staff Monday, Jun. 29th, 2020 Dr. Bonnie Henry (photo supplied by BC Government Flickr) Northern Health continues to record no Covid-19 infections, as BC has seen 26 new cases over the weekend. The province has now reached 2,904 total test positives with 153 active. 2,577 people who tested positive have recovered. While there are no new outbreaks in the healthcare system, there has been one exposure event in the lower mainland resulting in three infections so far. Anyone who was in attendance at Brandi’s Exotic Show Lounge from June 21-24 between the hours of 3:00 pm till 9:00 pm may have been exposed, and are asked to monitor symptoms. “In this most recent community outbreak, public health teams were required to issue a public alert because they have been unable to reach all those who may be at risk,” said Provincial Health Officer Doctor Bonnie Henry. “Here in British Columbia, we have established clear rules for safe social interactions that apply to everyone. These foundational rules allow us to increase our time with others, to restart many businesses and most importantly, to stay safe.” Of the active cases, there are 18 people in the hospital, five in intensive care. There have been no deaths over the weekend. BC Health officials will be announcing a plan to go forward with visits at long term care homes going forward, with more details coming tomorrow (June 30) at noon.