Site C: COVID-19 daily update

There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Site C, BC Hydro says. Here is the latest public data that has been made available:

Site C camp status: March 31
Number of people in camp - 911
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 4

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BC Hydro says workers with symptoms of sneezing, sore throat, muscle aches, headaches, cough fever or difficulty breathing are required to self-isolate for 10 days.

Workers are staying at a 30-room dorm at the work camp. Another 120 rooms in four other dorms can be used as necessary. BC Hydro says it will not move workers into Fort St. John to self-isolate.

March 30
Number of people in camp - 819
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 4

March 29
Number of people in camp - 827
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 4

March 27
Number of people in camp - 851
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 12
Number of positive tests - 0 

March 26
Number of people in camp - 864
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 12
Number of positive tests - 0 

March 25
Number of people in camp - 875
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 12
Number of positive tests - 0 

March 24
Number of people in camp - 856
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 12
Number of positive tests -  0 

March 23

Number of people in camp - 938
Number of people in self-isolation at camp - 16
Number of positive tests - 0

Source: BC Hydro

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