Fifty-two new cases of the H1N1 swine flu virus have been recorded in B.C. since July 14, according to the health ministry.
To date, 434 individuals in British Columbia have tested positive for the virus that has caused illness in the U.S., Mexico and dozens of other countries.
Thirty-two of B.C.’s new cases are in the Fraser Health Authority region.
British Columbia’s confirmed cases include:
– 223 in Fraser Health.
– 18 in Interior Health.
– 33 in Northern Health.
– 104 in Vancouver Coastal Health.
– 56 on Vancouver Island.