کرونا در بریتیش کلمبیا ۲۳ مارس




سراسر- با مرگ سه نفر دیگر در استان بریتیش کلمبیا بر اثر عوارض مربوط به بیماری کووید ۱۹ ، تعداد جان باختگان به ۱۳ نفر افزایش یافت. دکتر بانی هنری ، مدیر بهداشت استان گفت: در حال حاضر ابتلای ۴۷۲ نفر به کووید ۱۹ در استان اثبات شده که از این تعداد ۴۸ نفر افراد جدیدی هستند که از شنبه شناسایی شده اند.

دو مورد از سه درگذشته جدید مربوط به خانه های سالمندان در مترو ونکوور است: یکی در خانه سالمندان "لین ولی" در نورث ونکوور و دیگری در هارو پارک سنتر در ونکوور. نفر سوم فرد سالخورده ای بود که در منطقه "فریزر هلث" زندگی می کرد. در مجموع از ۱۳ نفری که در این استان درگذشته اند ۱۱ مورد در ارتباط با خانه های سالمندان است.

هنری گفت که ۳۳ نفر در بیمارستان بستری هستند که ۱۴ نفر از آنها در بخش مراقبتهای ویژه هستند.

تا روز شنبه تفکیک مبتلایان به کووید ۱۹ در بخشهای مختلف استان به شرح زیر است:




- ۲۴۸ نفر در منطقه بهداشت ونکوور کوستال هلث Vancouver Coastal Health

- ۱۵۰ نفر در منطقه بهداشت فریزر هلث Fraser Health region

- ۳۹ نفر در منطقه بهداشت آیلند هلث Island Health region

- ۳۰ نفرمورد در منطقه اینتریرهلث Interior Health

- ۵ نفر مورد در شمال استان

دکتر بانی هنری و دکتر آدریان دیکس از مردم خواستند در خانه بمانند و از اجتماعات پرهیز کنن




Based on a CBC report, Three more people have died of complications related to COVID-19 in B.C. in the past two days, health officials confirmed Monday, bringing the total number of deaths in the province to 13.

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said 472 people have now tested positive for the coronavirus, with 48 new cases provincewide since Saturday.

Two of the three new deaths are linked to care homes in Metro Vancouver: one at the Lynn Valley Care Centre in North Vancouver and the other at Haro Park centre in Vancouver. The third person who died was an elderly person who lived in the Fraser Health region.

Henry said there were 33 people in hospital as of Monday, 14 of whom were in intensive care.

Eleven of the 13 COVID-19 related deaths in B.C. have been recorded at long-term care homes.

There are now confirmed cases at six separate long-term care facilities in the Lower Mainland.

One worker at the German-Canadian Care Home in South Vancouver and another staffer at Delta View Care Centre in Delta, B.C., have tested positive for the respiratory virus. Outbreak response is underway at both facilities.

In addition, Hollyburn House in West Vancouver and Dufferin Care Centre in Coquitlam have each seen positive cases.

Both Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged the public to continue to stay at home and avoid other people outside their household to protect everyone, especially the vulnerable seniors population during the unprecedented outbreak —an effort Dix called "the greatest fight of our time."

"We have introduced some very strict measures. Things that I, in my 30 years of actually working on pandemic planning, never actually thought I would implement; things like travel restrictions and closures of schools and the physical distancing measures that we are requiring of everybody right now," Henry said.

"But we've seen the devastation that this virus can have on our communities and on our families and these are the measures that we need, now."

Henry said B.C. has tested 18,000 people for the coronavirus as of Monday. A backlog of testing accumulated over the last week-and-a-half is "almost resolved," she said.

Large gatherings need to stop: Henry

B.C. remains under a state of emergency, and residents have been ordered to stay home as much as possible and avoid groups to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Dix has said the directive for social, or physical, distancing is not a request.

Henry said she has heard of large gatherings such as weddings and funerals still going forward despite the order. She asked British Columbians to find another way to celebrate occasions and stop bringing crowds together


با رعایت فاصله اجتماعی صد در صد توسط تک تک اعضای جامعه خواهیم توانست دیاگرام صعود بیماری را به خطی صاف تبدیل کنیم. بیایید در دو هفته آینده برای رسیدن به این هدف مشترک متحد شویم 
دکتر آدریان دیکس، و دکتر بانی هنری
"The evidence is clear: with every person in British Columbia 100 percent committed to physical distancing, we can flatten the curve. Over the next two weeks we must be united in this one goal."
B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Minister of Health Adrian Dix

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