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BC COVID-19 Data

Here you will find the latest data on COVID-19 cases in British Columbia.

COVID-19 Dashboard

Click on the links or image below to access the BC COVID-19 dashboard for the latest case counts and information on recoveries, deaths, hospitalizations, testing and more:

The dashboard is updated Monday to Friday at 5 p.m.

By accessing and using this dashboard, you agree to be bound by the terms of use, disclaimer and limitation of liability


Click image to visit the dashboard

Organizations are welcome to link to or embed the dashboards on their websites. 

Data from the BC COVID-19 Dashboard are available for download and mapping, see below (scroll down, below the surveillance reports).

Notes: 

  • As of July 9, 2020, B.C. is reporting separately on COVID-19 cases in individuals whose primary residence is outside of Canada. Previously, these cases were assigned to the health authority that reported the case. 
  • As of June 4, 2020, B.C. is reporting epi-linked cases, meaning people who were never tested but were presumed to have COVID-19 because they developed symptoms and were close contacts of a laboratory confirmed case.

Maps: COVID-19 cases in B.C.

Cases by Health Service Delivery Area

(Updated weekly on Thursdays)


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Cases by Local Health Area

(Updated monthly)

Detailed maps showing Local Health Area boundaries are available here.


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Surveillance reports

As of October 22, the surveillance report will be published weekly, on Fridays. 

The surveillance report has changed!

What’s new?

  • New design
  • Reporting by episode date
  • Reports on data from the previous week, Sunday to Saturday
  • More information about what the data is telling us about the current situation
  • Further analysis by phases of re-opening and age group.
What does episode date mean and why use it?
  •  Reporting by episode date means using the dates of illness onset, hospital admission or death. Before now, we were using reported date, meaning the day it was reported to public health. 
  • Analyzing disease data by episode date provides a more accurate picture of the current situation because it shows when people become ill and when severe outcomes happen. 

Next report: October 30, at 5 p.m.

Download data

Download CSV files of BC COVID-19 data


 Case data

Laboratory data

If you are a GIS/Data Scientist looking to integrate dynamic data services into your own mapping/dashboard products please refer to the links below:

For the latest case counts and data from across Canada, visit the Public Health Agency of Canada dashboard.  

Global

For the latest global case counts, visit the World Health Organization (WHO).

General COVID-19 information


 Public & patient

Health professionals






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