Henry said it's believed that woman, another care worker who became infected earlier, and the two residents had contracted the virus from the same yet-to-be determined source.
A man in his 90s has been discharged from hospital, and a woman in her 60s, who was aboard the Grand Princess cruise has also been discharged and sent home. Both of those people are recovering in isolation at home, Henry said.
Health officials in British Columbia have announced seven new cases of COVID-19 in the province, including the first one to be reported in the Island Health region, bringing the provincial total to 46.
With an open economy and a diverse population, Horgan said the number of cases of COVID-19 in the province is not surprising.
Helps says that at this time, no municipal events or programs have been cancelled and that all public facilities were open as usual.
Two other new confirmed cases involve a passenger returning from Miami and the Caribbean who is hospitalized at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal and someone returning from the Dominican Republic who is in self-isolation.
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Another two of Tuesday's cases are in the Fraser Health Region. Henry said the dead man was in his eighties and had a number of underlying medical conditions.
Despite the calls for increased social distancing measures, Henry emphasized a worst-case scenario is not inevitable.
Horgan said public health institutions are well placed to cope with the novel coronavirus, having learned lessons from the SARS outbreak in 2003 and the H1N1 pandemic in 2009.
These new developments come on the day the World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic. "It's something that we've been talking about for several weeks". "It's not inevitable that our systems are going to be overwhelmed". Sporting events don't necessarily carry a high risk of transmission, she said, particularly if there's room to spread out people's seating.
"Whether it's care workers or nurses or even physicians, we work in many different health authorities, many different facilities sometimes", said Henry.