British Columbia's surging COVID-19 case numbers broke provincial records yet again on Friday as health officials announced 911 new infections.
There are 7,899 active cases of in the province and 10,307 people are under active public health monitoring as a result of exposure to known cases.
That means the highest number of cases recorded in a single day in B.C. was November 21 with 861 cases.
Eleven new deaths were confirmed by Dr. Henry, for a provincial total of 395 in the province since the start of the pandemic.
Three more people were admitted to hospital due to COVID-19, bringing that total up to five now hospitalized.
The ministry of health said the province's positivity rate on Friday now stands at about 3.7 per cent when including duplicate tests and errors.
There have been 738 new cases of COVID-19 in BC, for a new total of 29,086.
Ontario, which is expected to unveil new projections this afternoon, recorded 1,478 new cases Thursday and 21 more deaths.
Meanwhile, Ottawa is pledging $19 million to help Nunavut deal with its worsening COVID-19 outbreak.
Peel Region reported 517 new cases which was down from the previous day's 572.
"Lockdown" is the highest level in the government's COVID-19 response framework and brings new public health measures to the regions.
The number of cases includes staff, residents, and close contacts that have been determined to be COVID-19 positive cases and linked to the outbreak.
Hamilton also saw a spike with 82 cases.
The number of people in hospital dropped by 15 to 541, and the number of people in ICU stayed the same at 151. Halton showed a big increase with 130 new cases.
It is also another day deaths were in the double digits, with 11 more people losing their lives to COVID-19.