The 26th COVID-19-related death was reported Sunday afternoon.
The update brought B.C.'s total number of COVID-19 cases to 11,687 since the pandemic began.
Of 1,639 active cases in B.C., 67 people are in hospital, including 19 in intensive care.
Statewide, 109,539 people have recovered from the virus as of October 17.
The health care system is not yet overwhelmed, Henry said.
There are four new outbreaks at long-term care or assisted living facilities.
There has been on new community outbreak at J & L Beef Ltd. Henry says that health teams are on site and performing contact tracing.
Monday's new cases include one person aged 0-19, three people in their 20s, one person in their 30s, three people in their 40s, one person in their 50s, two in their 60s, and one in their 70s.
The expert committee said the coronavirus curve would depend on maintaining all the protocols and maintaining social distancing apart from testing taking place in states and other restrictions.
However, she said B.C.is not seeing exponential growth.
There were also two more deaths over the weekend.
The Georgia Department of Public Health reported 19,265 cumulative COVID-19 cases in Middle Georgia in its 3 p.m. update Monday. Active cases in the State stands at 92,731, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan informed.
Using only the state figures since Saturday, the Upper Peninsula has had at least 4,264 confirmed COVID-19 cases to date and 69 deaths.
Elsewhere in the province, 611 cases have been found in the Interior Health region and 355 have been confirmed in the Northern Health region.
There continues to be transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 across B.C. but the province is still able to manage it, Henry said.
As of 2pm today 277 Covid-19 patients are hospitalised, of which 33 are in ICU.