An N-95 mask is seen in Toronto on Friday, March 27, 2020. One of the world’s largest U.S.-based makers of consumer products says it has been told by the White House to stop exporting medical-grade face masks to the Canadian market.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

An N-95 mask is seen in Toronto on Friday, March 27, 2020. One of the world’s largest U.S.-based makers of consumer products says it has been told by the White House to stop exporting medical-grade face masks to the Canadian market.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette

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

APRIL 4: Two people in Delta fined for trying to re-sell N95 masks

Here’s the latest news for Surrey, White Rock and beyond for Friday, April 3. This will be updated as information becomes available:

• There are 29 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus for a total of 1,203 cases provincewide, according to B.C’s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry

• There have been three new deaths

• 704 people have recovered

READ ALSO: ‘Hold our line’: 29 new cases of COVID-19 announced in B.C., April 4, 2020

• Surrey city council is moving to virtual meetings, with an option for people to telephone in for public hearings

READ ALSO: Surrey city council moving to virtual meetings, April 4, 2020

• The City of Surrey has laid off 2,016 auxiliary workers

READ ALSO: Surrey councillors say halt policing transition as 2,016 workers laid off, April 3, 2020

• TransLink has announced reductions to service on some bus routes, SeaBus and West Coast Express

READ ALSO: TransLink to reduce service on some bus routes, SeaBus, West Coast Express, April 3, 2020

• Delta police fined two people for trying to re-sell N95 masks

READ ALSO: Two people fined for trying to re-sell N95 and surgical masks in Delta, April 4, 2020

• Health Minister Adrian Dix says that postponed surgeries will still be done

READ ALSO: Postponed surgeries will be done, B.C. health minister says, April 3, 2020

• As the Surrey school district rolls out remote learning, students and parents are learning to navigate the new system

READ ALSO: Surrey parents, students navigate remote learning during COVID-19, April 3, 2020

• BC Ferries cuts service levels by half, included ceasing all service on the Departure Bay-Horseshoe Bay route

READ ALSO: B.C. Ferries cuts service levels by half, ceases sailings from three terminals, April 3, 2020

• Two-thirds of B.C. businesses surveyed say revenues are down by at least 50 per cent, according to a new report

READ ALSO: B.C. business groups warn revenues down 50-75% during COVID-19, April 3, 2020

• Boundary Bay Airshow is cancelled
READ ALSO: Boundary Bay Airshow latest Delta event cancelled due to COVID-19, April 3, 2020

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