A hand sanitizer dispenser and a sign indicating steps to be taken to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is seen at an entrance to the Vancouver Convention Centre, in Vancouver, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

A hand sanitizer dispenser and a sign indicating steps to be taken to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 is seen at an entrance to the Vancouver Convention Centre, in Vancouver, on Saturday, March 14, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

COVID-19: Daily update on the pandemic in Surrey, White Rock and beyond

APRIL 11: Cloverdale Rodeo cancelled, world virus deaths pass 100,000

Here’s your daily update for Saturday, April 11 on the pandemic in Surrey, White Rock, Delta and beyond:

• Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are 35 new cases for a total of 1,445 provincewide

• There have been three additional deaths, bringing B.C.’s total to 58

• 905 people have now recovered

READ ALSO: B.C. records 35 new COVID-19 cases; five inmates at Mission jail in hospital, April 11, 2020

• The Cloverdale Rodeo has been cancelled, with the 75th anniversary to now be celebrated in 2021

READ ALSO: ‘We are very sad’: Cloverdale Rodeo cancelled for third time in 74 years, April 10, 2020

• The province doesn’t plan to enforce travel restrictions

READ ALSO: Despite long-weekend travellers, B.C. has no plans to implement restrictions, April 11, 2020

• BC Ferries is seeing full sailings despite people being asked to stay home for the long weekend

READ ALSO: B.C. Ferries busy on long weekend, even during pandemic, April 10, 2020
READ ALSO: B.C.’s top doctor details prescription for safe long weekend, April 9, 2020
• BC Ferries is now clarifying that it is only carrying 50 per cent of its usual capacity
READ ALSO: ‘Full ferries’ only half-full, BC Ferries clarifies, April 11, 2020

• The world virus death toll has surpassed 100,000 as of Friday
READ ALSO: World virus deaths pass 100,000, with New York area hit hard, April 10, 2020
• Canadian police can now make home visits to enforce quarantine for travellers to make sure they’re following the rules
READ ALSO: Canadian police to make home visits to enforce mandatory quarantine for travellers, April 10, 2020


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