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More than 70 per cent of Northern Health COVID-19 cases have recovered: stats

Four people currently hospitalized, one person in ICU, no deaths
April 15 COVID-19 Northern Health Authority statistics. (via Screenshot)

As of Wednesday (April 15), 22 people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Northern Health Authority have recovered.

This information comes from the B.C. Centre for Disease Control’s (BCCDC) dashboard that breaks down COVID-19 stats by health authority.

Two new cases were announced yesterday, so Northern Health currently sits at 30 laboratory-confirmed cases and zero deaths.

covid statsApril 15 COVID-19 Northern Health Authority statistics. (via Screenshot)

Of those 30 cases, 22 people have recovered, four are currently hospitalized and one person is currently admitted to ICU.

There have been 2,301 COVID-19 tests administered in the region with four new tests administered yesterday.

The B.C. testing rate is 9,946 per 1,000,000, which is slightly lower than the Canadian testing rate at 12,300 per 1,000,000.

The province is expected to update the statistics at 3 p.m. today (April 16).