B.C. has launched a self-assessment test online for those who think they may have COVID-19. (Katya Slepian/Black Press Media)

COVID-19: Daily update on the pandemic in Surrey, White Rock, Delta and beyond

MARCH 28: Delta council passes bylaw to fine people who don’t socially distance

Here’s your update for Surrey, White Rock, Delta and beyond for Saturday, March 28:

• Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says there are 96 new cases in B.C.

• Now a total of 884 cases in the province

• Forty-five per cent of cases have since recovered, for a total of 396

• Minister of Health Adrian Dix says 39 cases are in hospital in the Fraser Health region

• Delta council has passed a bylaw that would allow the city to find people who don’t socially distance or respect closures

READ ALSO: Delta council passes bylaw to fine people who don’t socially distance, respect closures, March 27, 2020

• Canadians showing COVID-19 symptoms won’t be allowed to travel domestically

READ ALSO: Canadians with COVID-19 symptoms to be denied boarding domestic flights, trains, March 28, 2020

• Surrey teachers sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ with a COVID-19 lesson

VIDEO: ‘Hands, washing hands’: Surrey teachers sing ‘Sweet Caroline’ with COVID-19 lesson, March 27, 2020

• Some B.C. stores are now selling Girl Guide cookies

READ ALSO: Cookie monsters rejoice as B.C. stores sell Girl Guide sweets, March 27, 2020

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