Public health officials say there are nine new cases of COVID-19 in British Columbia.
Dr. Bonnie Henry says the new cases bring the provincial total up to 73.
Five cases are connected to a cluster at the Lynn Valley Care Centre, one case is linked to travel from Portugal and the remaining three cases are under investigation.
Henry says the province is also adapting its testing strategy, noting more cases are expected in the coming days.
She says not everyone needs to get tested, even if they have recently travelled outside of Canada.
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