The latest weekly update by British Columbia Centre for Disease Control shows a decline in cases on North Shore, after weeks of sustained increases.
From August 29 to Sept. 4, there were 107 new cases reported on the North Shore, a decrease from last week, when 134 cases were reported in the area.
There were 96 cases reported week before that, and 64 cases in the week prior on the North Shore.
Cases are mapped by location of residence, though cases with unknown residence and out of province are not mapped, BCCDC says.
BCCDC also cautions that the number of reported cases may not represent the location of the exposure, for example the people who acquired the disease while travelling or working elsewhere.
The agency also warns that not all COVID-19 infected individuals are tested and reported.
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