There are now 16 people in acute care in hospital and four are in intensive care.
Since the pandemic began, there have been 1,576 cases of COVID-19 reported in the Fraser Health region, 1,013 cases in the Vancouver Coastal Health region, 203 in the Interior Health region, 133 in the Island Health region and 65 in the Northern Health region.
British Columbia continues to lead the way when it comes to combatting COVID-19.
Monday's update on the pandemic in B.C. also included 31 new cases confirmed over the last three days, for a total of 2,978 people to date.
Henry said a number of the new cases were people who had either travelled to USA or who had been in contact with somebody who had recently crossed the border.
Meanwhile, a local health authority is warning the public about a possible exposure to COVID-19 at a Vancouver hotel.
While all community outbreaks have been declared over, health officials warn that new cases are still appearing.
Health officials on Monday reported six new COVID-19 deaths in B.C., over a 72-hour period, all of them linked to long-term care.
Along with Holy Family Hospital, health facility outbreaks remain active at Langley's Maple Hill long-term care home and Mission Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Henry notes an exposure event has been recorded at Hotel Belmont bar and nightclub in downtown Vancouver.
That was set to expire this month, but has now been extended by B.C.to match the changing length of federal COVID-19 aid programs, said Simpson.
"We're starting to see some restrictions lifting, but there are measures we need to keep in place to continue battling COVID-19", he said in a statement.
Dr. Henry says to limit the spread of the virus, it's important that we keep our social bubbles to a minimum.
The state of emergency, which has been in place since March 18, is the longest in B.C.'s history.