Health officials have reported 131 new cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in BC over the past three days.
The Ministry of Health has reported 8 new recoveries and a total of 8,817 patients have recovered and discharged so far.
There has not been a death linked to COVID-19 reported in Ottawa since July 27.
Six new cases were considered resolved in Tuesday's update, for a total of 2,246 or 84.6 per cent of all lab-confirmed cases to date.
The department is seeing significant increases in the number of COVID-19 cases among younger age groups, particularly 19 to 24-year-olds. Efforts by NCDHD within the Hispanic community mitigated COVID-19 numbers, as early testing saw rising numbers in the Hispanic community.
As of Tuesday, there are 149 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Brant County, with 137 resolved.
There are now 12 active cases in the Northern Health region.
There are now 18 active cases among residents at the facility and 17 among staff.
The county has just 13 active cases and there are no residents hospitalized due to the virus as of Tuesday. Romero expressed hope that this could be the first sign of the state beginning to see a downward trend in cases.
The deaths of 11 Arkansans that resulted from COVID-19 were reported Tuesday, bringing the state's death toll to 566, indicating a state COVID mortality rate of 1.12%.
The week of July 6 had 125 new cases; July 13 week, 89; July 20, 50; July 27, 60; and August 3 is down to 45.
The new cases include 139 residents of Brownsville, 11 from Harlingen, five from Los Fresnos and four people from San Benito.
About 65 percent of the county's cases are "recovering under medical care", according to data from county.
Saskatchewan has a total of 1,479 cases, 165 considered active.