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New Boundary COVID cases decline

The number of new COVID-19 cases in the Boundary was down to 11 in the latest set of data released from the BC Centre for Disease Control.

Although the actual figures could be higher, there were a minimum of four new cases in Grand Forks (down from 12) and seven in Kettle Valley (up from four).

The West Kootenay saw a minimum of 111 cases between Feb. 20 and 26. That was down from 151 the week before.

Trail had the most cases with 42 (down from 44) while Nelson had 33 (down from 60). Castlegar stood at 18 (down from 23), Creston at 15 (down from 16), Kootenay Lake two (unchanged), and Arrow Lakes one (down from six).

Since the pandemic began the region has seen at least 5,269 cases. Nelson has had 1,778, Trail 1,270, Castlegar 671, Creston 641, Grand Forks 444, Kettle Valley 223, Arrow Lakes 168, and Kootenay Lake 74.

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