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VANCOUVER-British Columbia has recorded 115 additional cases of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, health officials said Wednesday. There have been no additional deaths in that time period. The province now has 1 387 active cases of coronavirus, including 71 people who are in hospital, 15 of whom are in intensive care. Provincial Health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and deputy Health minister Stephen Brown shared Wednesday's numbers in a written statement. Henry is scheduled to hold her next live briefing on COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday. Since the pandemic begin, BC has recorded 9 956 cases of COVID-19 in total and 244 deaths. Give the rate at which the province has been adding to its total caseload in recent days, it's likely that BC's 10 000 coronavirus case will be recorded in the next 24 hours. Five of cases added Wednesday are considered epidemiologically link, meaning person who had virus never test positive, but health officials are confident person had COVID-19. There have been no new outbreaks, either in Health-Care facilities or in the broader community, Henry and Brown say, adding that the outbreak at Rideau Retirement Centre in Burnaby has been declared over. That leaves 15 outbreaks in Long-Term Care and assist-living facilities, as well as three in acute-Care facilities in BC. Though there have been no new outbreaks, public exposures continue, health officials say. Currently, Public Health workers are monitoring 3 042 people because they were exposed to know cases of coronavirus. Henry and Brown encouraged British Columbians to be kind to each other and show their gratitude as Thanksgiving Long weekend approaches. While many things have changed and we have faced many challenges, we still have much to be thankful for, pair say. Lets show our gratitude by doing small kindness to friend, neighbour or family member. Reaching out virtually or by phone, helping with small task or sending a Care package tells people in your life and community that you care. We were all in this together, and we have come this far by supporting each other while staying apart. Since the pandemic begin, vast majority of BC's confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been located in the Lower Mainland, including 5 119 in the Fraser Health region and 3 644 in VANCOUVER Coastal Health. Elsewhere in the province, there have been 557 confirmed cases in Interior Health, 325 in Northern Health and 222 in Island Health. BC has also recorded 89 cases of COVID-19 in people who reside outside Canada. A total of 8 296 people who have had the virus in BC are now considering recover.

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Early Death Penalty Laws

As far back as the Ancient Laws of China, death penalty has been established as punishment for crimes. In 18 Century BC, Code of King Hammurabi of Babylon codified the death penalty for twenty five different crimes, although murder was not one of them. The first death sentence historically recorded occurred in 16 Century BC Egypt where the wrongdoer, member of nobility, was accused of magic, and ordered to take his own life. During this period, non-nobility was usually killed with an ax. In 14 Century BC, Hittite Code also prescribed the death penalty. 7 Century BC Draconian Code of Athens makes the death penalty for every crime commit. In 5 Century BC, Roman Law of Twelve Tablets codified the death penalty. Again, death penalty was different for nobility, freemen and slaves and was punishment for crimes such as publication of libels and insulting songs, cutting or grazing of crops plant by farmer, burning house or stack of corn near house, cheating by patron of his client, perjury, making disturbances at night in city, willful murder of freeman or parent, or theft by slave. Death was often cruel and included crucifixion, drowning at sea, burial alive, beating to Death, and impalement. Romans had curious punishment for parricides: condemn was submersed in water in a sack, which also contained dog, rooster, viper and ape. The most notorious Death execution in BC was about 399 BC, when the Greek philosopher Socrates was required to drink poison for heresy and corruption of youth. Mosaic Law codifies many Capital Crimes. In fact, there is evidence that Jews use many different techniques, including stoning, hanging, beheading, crucifixion, throwing criminals from rock, and sawing asunder. The most infamous execution in history occurred in approximately 29 AD with the crucifixion of Jesus Christ outside Jerusalem. About 300 years later, Emperor Constantine, after converting to Christianity, abolished crucifixion and other cruel Death penalties in the Roman Empire. In 438, Code of Theodosius made more than 80 crimes punishable by Death. Britain influenced colonies more than any other country and has a long history of Punishment by Death. About 450 BC, death penalty was often enforced by throwing condemn into a quagmire. By 10 Century, hanging from gallows was the most frequent execution method. William Conqueror opposes taking life except in war, and orders no person to be hung or executed for any offense. However, he allows criminals to be mutilated for their crimes. During the middle ages, Capital Punishment was accompanied by torture. Most barons had drowning pits as well as gallows and they were used for major as well as minor crimes. For example, in 1279, two hundred and eighty nine Jews were hung for clipping coin.

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