There have been 31 cases of Covid-19 across the province since Friday’s update, for 2,978 total cases and 166 active.

Northern Health remains at 65, with no new cases in over three weeks.

“In the first reporting period from July 3 to July 4, we had nine new cases. From July 4 to July 5, we had 15 new cases and in the last 24 hours, we have had a further seven new cases,” said Provincial Health Officer Doctor Bonnie Henry.

The recovery rate continues to hover around 88 percent, with 2,629 people being considered recovered.

There have been six recorded deaths since Friday, and 183 since the onset of the pandemic.

However, one of the deaths occurred earlier in June and has recently been attributed to the virus.

All six individuals were residents of long term care in Fraser and Vancouver Coastal Health.

“While the quarantine order is an important part of Canada’s border protection during COVID-19, we remind all British Columbians that we must show kindness and understanding to those around us,” said Doctor Henry.

“We have to remember that many Canadians reside elsewhere and are only now returning home or may have returned home in the past few months. Let’s lead by example, assume the best, and remember we do not always know everyone’s story.”

There have been no new healthcare outbreaks, with Health Officials currently responding to four.

In total, three long-term care or assisted-living facilities and one acute-care facility have active outbreaks.

There are no community outbreaks active.

16 people are in hospital, 4 are in ICU.