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Health officials identified 99 more cases of COVID-19 on Vancouver Island over the weekend.
The new cases are among the 1,428 new cases registered across B.C. since Friday, bringing the total number of provinces to 77,263 cases since the pandemic began.
Health officials said Monday they administered 218,726 doses of COVID-19 vaccine in BC, according to the BC Center for Disease Control.
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