A sign in Newton reminding people to “flatten the curve.” (Photo: Lauren Collins)

COVID-19: Daily update on the pandemic in Surrey, White Rock and beyond

MAY 2: Pennsylvania off the table for Surrey, White Rock little leaguers

Here’s the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in Surrey, White Rock and beyond for Saturday (May 2):

• Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry announced 26 new cases, for a total of 2,171 provincewide

• There has been one additional death, with 114 deaths in B.C.

• 1,376 people have recovered

• The Little League World Series and championship tournaments in six other Little League divisions, which includes Surrey and White Rock, has been cancelled

READ ALSO: Pennsylvania off the table for Surrey, White Rock little leaguers, May 2, 2020

• A COVID-19 outbreak has been declared “over” at a seniors long-term care facility in Surrey

READ ALSO: COVID-19 outbreak at Surrey’s Guildford Seniors Village ‘over’: Fraser Health, May 1, 2020

• Surrey Schools has received a $30,000 donation for its meal program

READ ALSO: Surrey school district receives $30,000 donation for meal program, May 1, 2020

• A Chilliwack poultry processing plant has been ordered to remain closed, following an outbreak of COVID-19 among staff

READ ALSO: Fraser Valley poultry processing plant ordered to remain closed due to COVID-19, May 1, 2020

• B.C.’s is past the half-way point of a massive staff reorganization that ends part-time work for senior care aides at multiple sites

READ ALSO: COVID-19: B.C. halfway to goal of single-site jobs for care home staff, May 2, 2020

• Henry has hinted that British Columbians will be able to broaden their social circles in the coming months

READ ALSO: Broadening social circles will look different based on health risks, Henry says, May 1, 2020


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