Fraser Health has declared the COVID-19 outbreak over at a long-term care facility in Delta.
In an information bulletin Friday (Jan. 22), the health authority said the outbreak was over at Good Samaritan Delta View Care Centre. The outbreak was first declared Nov. 1, 2020.
According to the Ministry of Health’s weekly report on Jan. 20 for outbreaks in B.C. care homes, there were a total of 65 cases, with 26 among residents and patients and 39 among staff.
There were eight deaths, with all of them either residents or patients.
This was the second outbreak at the facility.
Meantime, Fraser Health has also declared outbreaks at Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster and North Fraser Pretrial Services Centre in Port Coquitlam.
At Royal Columbian, two patients have tested positive for the virus after “evidence of transmission in a surgical unit.” The outbreak is “limited to one unit,” which is temporarily closed to admissions.
The emergency department remains open.
At North Fraser Pretrial Services Centre, 20 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19.
Fraser Health said it is working with BC Corrections and Provincial Health Services Authority infection control.