There were no new cases of COVID-19 in the Boundary between April 2 and 9, according to the latest figures from the BC Centre for Disease Control.
Grand Forks and Kettle Valley both recorded zero cases, down from three and two respectively the previous week.
In the West Kootenay, there were 41 new cases, of which Nelson accounted for 21 (down from 29).
Trail had seven (down from 11), Creston six (up from two), Castlegar three (down from five), Arrow Lakes two (up from zero), and Kootenay Lake two (up from zero).
Since the pandemic began, there have been at least 6,552 cases in our region, although the actual totals are thought to be a lot higher because at times testing reached its limits. But at a minimum, Grand Forks has had 513 and Kettle Valley 246 for a Boundary total of 759.
Nelson has had 2,275 cases, Trail 1,600, Castlegar 865, Creston 772, Arrow Lakes 185, and Kootenay Lake 96.