Coronavirus: 271 new cases confirmed in Ireland

Adrian Dix with BC flags behind

As of Tuesday, approximately 74.2 per cent of adults in B.C. had received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, or 71.9 per cent of everyone aged 12 and older. Of the active cases, 203 individuals are now hospitalized, 57 of whom are in intensive care.

In all, there are 2,102 active cases of the novel coronavirus across B.C., the lowest number since November 17.

An average of about 160 cases and four deaths have been recorded each day since the last update on Friday. As cases decline and vaccination rates rise, she said she has hope the virus will soon become "an expertly managed communicable disease that we rarely hear about" like other illnesses.

However, of the almost 3.7 million doses of vaccine that have been administered, less than 346,000 are second doses.

As of Monday, 81 people were hospitalized in New Mexico with COVID-19.

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He says roughly a quarter of people are fully vaccinated and close to 3 million doses have now been administered overall.

"It is very encouraging to see a steady increase in the number of people in our province who are protected with a COVID-19 vaccine".

Two additional deaths that occurred more than 30 days ago also were reported, raising the state's death toll to 4,286, the New Mexico Department of Health said.

Of all cases identified so far, some 141,879 - or 97 per cent - have recovered.

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