There was only one new COVID-19 case in the Boundary between March 13 and 19 according to data from the BC Centre for Disease Control.
That case was in Grand Forks, which was down from three cases the previous week. There were no new cases in Kettle Valley, unchanged from the week before.
In the West Kootenay, there were 56 new cases, down from 82 the week before.
Nelson accounted for more than half of them, with 33, down from 53 on the previous reporting period. Next came Trail, unchanged at 14.
The remaining communities all showed single digits: Castlegar three (unchanged), Arrow Lakes two (up from zero), Creston two (down from 10), and Kootenay Lake two (unchanged).