PHOTOS Expert warns return to lockdown conditions a 'possibility' in B.C., Canada

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Expert warns return to lockdown conditions a 'possibility' in B.C., Canada

Xinhua

08:38, July 13, 2020

People walk across a street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on July 12, 2020. In the past week, the number of new cases in British Columbia has increased steadily. On July 10, provincial health officials announced 25 new cases, the biggest increase since early May. A UBC expert says there is a possibility B.C. could return to lockdown conditions if COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise. (Photos: Liang Sen/Xinhua)

People dine at a restaurant without practicing physical distancing in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on July 12, 2020. In the past week, the number of new cases in British Columbia has increased steadily. On July 10, provincial health officials announced 25 new cases, the biggest increase since early May. A UBC expert says there is a possibility B.C. could return to lockdown conditions if COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise.

People dine at a restaurant without practicing physical distancing in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on July 12, 2020. In the past week, the number of new cases in British Columbia has increased steadily. On July 10, provincial health officials announced 25 new cases, the biggest increase since early May. A UBC expert says there is a possibility B.C. could return to lockdown conditions if COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise.

People talk under a canopy on a street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on July 12, 2020. In the past week, the number of new cases in British Columbia has increased steadily. On July 10, provincial health officials announced 25 new cases, the biggest increase since early May. A UBC expert says there is a possibility B.C. could return to lockdown conditions if COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise.

People wearing face masks walk on a street in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on July 12, 2020. In the past week, the number of new cases in British Columbia has increased steadily. On July 10, provincial health officials announced 25 new cases, the biggest increase since early May. A UBC expert says there is a possibility B.C. could return to lockdown conditions if COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise.

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