A further 47 cases of COVID-19 have been uncovered in the province - none of them in Northern Health, according to numbers issued Wednesday by public health officials.
The count helped push the number of active cases to 351, a rise of 32 from the day before. Nine of them are in hospital and six of those are in intensive care while the rest are at home in self-isolation.
No new deaths were reported which kept the running total at 195.
In a joint statement, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix highlighted the services available to those having trouble coping with the stress and anxiety that has accompanied the pandemic.
They include the Kids Help Phone at 1-800-668-6868 and Kidshelpphone.ca and VictimLinkBC at 1-800-563-0808.
"Younger people, in particular, may not fully understand why many of the activities they normally enjoy are no longer available, look different and require us to interact with each other in new ways," they said.
"We remind people to take the time to check in with your friends, family and neighbours, young and old, to provide a mental health boost and to ensure they have the support we all need - especially for those who may be self-isolating."