Over one million doses (1,025,019) of vaccines have been administered in BC.
Victoria’s independent event industry won’t be able to access any of these grants.
The dates of potential exposure occurred on April 6th and 7th.
BC reported 1,293 new cases of COVID-19 today.
As a part of a $50 million provincial relief grant announced today.
The potential date of exposure was April 1st.
$3 million was provided for the development of the online hub.
Island Health reported 67 new cases today.
Island Health reported 73 new cases today.
The flight departed from Vancouver on April 1st.
Anti-maskers will need to prove their reason for exemption.
An expert weighs in.
The booking system opens today for current eligible residents.
23 more people have died of the virus in BC since Thursday
Island Health is currently completing contact tracing.
Two others tested positive at the Parksville location.
Today saw a record number of new cases in one day.
There were three potential exposure dates.
The potential date of exposure is March 29th.
53 cases were reported on Vancouver Island.
This is sure to make a splash.
The potential date of exposure is March 30th.
The last day they worked was March 24th
With a record high 1,013 new cases in one day, BC's case count reaches 100,048.
Both flights were on March 26.
BC is third amongst Canadian provinces with the most vaccinations.
1,570 violation tickets have been issued.
BC reported an additional 100 cases of the P1 Brazilian variant since yesterday.
Pfizer is the most trusted brand.
One homeowner said they were hosting a party for neighbourhood friends.
Until further risk assessments can be made.
As of midnight tonight until April 19th!
Until at least April 19th.
Starting midnight until April 19th, indoor dining and group physical activities will be prohibited.
A letter was distributed to staff and families over the past two days.
This is the largest number of active cases in a day this year.
Around 13% of the Island's population is now immunized.
This is the second amendment to health orders for religious gatherings this week.
The Island Health region has surpassed 3,000 cases since the pandemic began.
This is such welcome news!
Attend a gathering — receive a $575 ticket.
Island Health reported 21 new cases.
Many of those from the travel and hospitality industries.
The decision comes before the Easter long weekend.
Provincial Health Officials have amended their order to allow for outdoor worship services.
Those people who qualify will receive a letter.
Island Health reported 89 new cases over the weekend.
There have been no new outbreaks declared at long-term care homes this week.
The construction company has confirmed a statement will be released soon.