Several Vancouver police officers have tested positive for COVID-19 after being called to an "out of control" party, according to their union.
Of 371 active cases, 11 people remain in hospital, including five in critical care.
Health officials in British Columbia say private parties are contributing to a spike in COVID-19 cases.
Dr. Henry says that she understands the concerns many parents across the province may have when it comes to having to send their kids back to school in the fall, however, says that it is essential for students. "But we know where these transmission events are happening and overall the transmission we have seen across B.C.is low and that is because of the measures we have taken". "There have been a number of the 10 crewmembers who have tested positive", said Henry, adding that the Fraser Health authority and Transport Canada and following up with those who have tested positive and their contacts.
"It's always a good day in B.C. when no one has passed away from COVID-19 and we've now had, I believe, six of those days in a row", said Health Minister Adrian Dix.
There are two new healthcare outbreaks in the province in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, leaving a total of five outbreaks in healthcare.
Division II fall championships canceled
As of last week, eight of the 24 Division II conferences had already suspended fall sports until at least the spring. The Board of Governors also directed each division to meet various requirements to compete in the fall.
Canon is hit by massive ransomware attack
However, the final status update was odd as it mentions that while data was lost, "there was no leak of image data". It added that "there was no leak of image data" and said that it was able to restore functionality as of August 4th.