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New Boundary COVID cases down to two

You could count the number of new COVID-19 cases in the Boundary in the latest reporting period on your thumbs.

The BC Centre for Disease Control says there were two new cases in Grand Forks between March 20 and 26, up from one the previous week, and none in Kettle Valley, which was unchanged.

In the West Kootenay, there were 63 new cases in the West Kootenay/Boundary, up from 56 the week before.

Of those, 43 were in Nelson, which was up from 33 the previous week. All other communities were within three cases of their previous tallies, and most remained in single digits.

Trail had 11 new cases (down from 14), Castlegar had five (up from three), Creston two (unchanged), Arrow Lakes two (unchanged), and Kootenay Lake zero (down from two).

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