Over 4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered.
A staff member who tested positive also works at a popular James Bay pub.
BC Ferries' website crashed moments after the announcement was made.
There will be less restrictions on travel and gatherings.
75.1% of all adults in B.C. have received their first dose of the vaccine!
The GVHA said the industry is threatened by the current temporary legislation.
To those who had an active policy between October 2020 and March 2021.
BC administers over 325,000 immunizations every week!
Vancouver Island sees another 10 new cases.
This is the first step in a phased easing of pandemic border measures.
Over 2,000 violation tickets have been issued.
BC's 7 day average is 175, the lowest in eight months!
72% of all eligible British Columbians aged 12+ have had their first dose of vaccine.
That is now 4 straight days under 200 new cases
Invites for second doses of Astrazeneca will begin going out Monday
It's the third straight day with under 200 cases reported.
BC reported less than 200 COVID-19 cases for the second day this week.
Those who have received AstraZeneca may receive any other vaccine.
Island Health reported 1 new case today.
66.1% of all eligible British Columbians have now been vaccinated.
67.2% of all adults in BC have been vaccinated.
Just under 30,000 have received their second dose!
3 million British Columbians have received their first dose
Over 3 million BC residents have received their first dose.
This is the third consecutive day new cases are below 300.
64.6% of all adults have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
Spectators at all sports activities are still not allowed at this time.
But it will still be recommended until at least September.
The four step plan begins today.
COVID-19 circuit breaker restrictions expired on Monday.
BC has scored highest in government response to the pandemic.
Kids can get their vaccine as the same time their parents.
6 new deaths were reported today.
The circuit breaker is in effect until midnight on May 24th.
New as of today!
It's the fewest new cases in one day since mid-February.
The BCCDC reported 8 new deaths in one day.
Active cases in BC have dropped below 5,000 again.
Attractions such as Butchart Gardens could be eligible for $1 million.
Despite the isolation of COVID-19.
Over 55% of eligible BC adults have received their first dose.
Some sources say they’ve still been able to board for non-essential reasons.
Just make sure to register.
Active cases and hospitalizations continue to drop.
Stress levels have risen 7% since last year.
There are currently 5,691 active cases in BC.
Over 50% of eligible BC residents have been vaccinated.