In a media release Friday, Interior Health said the COVID-19 community cluster in the Revelstoke area has been declared contained.
Interior Health said a total of 50 COVID-19 cases were connected to this cluster.
An alert citizen, scrolling through online social media, is being praised for connecting the dots in a multi-jurisdiction police investigation involving a Grinch-like theft of holiday décor.
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Here are the latest reports:
Nelson Police have released a photo of an alleged suspect believed to be involved in a break-and-enter at Positive Apparel Thrift Store in Nelson.
Nelson Police said the break in occurred during the early hours of Monday, November 30, 2020 at the 721 Front Street location.
Interior Health (IH) has declared an outbreak at Village by the Station long-term care in Penticton.
One staff member and one resident have tested positive for COVID-19. All individuals in close contact with these individuals are in self-isolation and monitoring for symptoms.
More than a month since the first case was reported, Interior Health has declared the COVID-19 community cluster in the broader Salmo area contained.
Interior Health said a total of 25 COVID-19 cases were connected to the cluster in the Salmo region extending south from Nelson.
RCMP said in a media release Friday that a Winlaw boy reported missing on Thursday, December 3, 2020 has been located.
"RCMP is pleased to confirm that the 12-year-old boy reported missing was located last night safe and sound," the media release said.
"Slocan Lake RCMP would like to thank those that assisted with the investigation."