Some say the virus is here to stay, and that may mean carrying documentation.
Island Health reported 50 new cases this past weekend.
We'll have to wait another year 🤠 😭
BC has vaccinated over 2 million people.
43% of BC's eligible target population of 4.3 million have received their first dose of vaccine.
BC expects to vaccinate 2 million people by the end of today.
Canada becomes the first country to approve vaccines for ages 12+.
The vaccine program has been extended to include ages 12+.
Two staff members tested positive.
Anyone 16 and over can book.
Over 32,000 people received a COVID-19 vaccine in one day.
One resident died in the outbreak.
Smaller arts festivals are more likely.
Island Health reported 61 new cases over the weekend.
The 7-day rolling average has dropped under 1,000.
BC has been averaging over 40,000 vaccinations a day.
Two more reasons for essential travel were added to the list today.
The province expects to start receiving shipments of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine next week.
We wouldn't mind seeing Japanese Village steak sauce on the shelves! 🤤
There are currently 8,009 active cases in BC.
Retroactive to April 19th
Supply remains low on Vancouver Island.
There are currently 16 ongoing exposure or cluster outbreaks in schools across Vancouver Island.
There are currently 263 active cases on Vancouver Island.
There are currently 8,199 active cases of COVID-19 in the province.
There are currently 12 Vancouver Island schools on the COVID exposure list.
Island Health reported 24 new cases of COVID-19.
“Our health-care teams are tired. Many are on the verge of exhaustion.”
Yes, people are actually calling 911. 🙄
Non-essential travelers may face a $575 fine.
These orders are effective immediately.
Two staff members have tested positive.
A new outbreak has been reported at a Victoria long-term care home.
BC confirms 39 cases of the B1617 double mutant strain.
Two more cases have also been identified in the ongoing Nanaimo Hospital outbreak.
40% to go before Island Health reaches herd immunity!
As of now, Island Health reported 25 new cases of COVID-19.
There are currently 9,145 active cases of COVID-19 in BC.
There will be no random individual stops.
A gym was ordered to close for at least ten days
High-risk communities will receive specific clinics.
As of this Friday, intra-provincial travel will be banned.
BC Ferries will no longer accept recreational vehicles that are travelling for leisure outside their health region.
Through to the end of May long weekend.
You'll get a text or email when it's time for the vaccine.
Flights from Victoria, Nanaimo, and Comox Valley have been added.
The Province continues to vaccinate over 40,000 people a day.
Moderna has reduced shipments by almost 55%.
There are over 10,000 active cases in the province.
41,839 doses of COVID-19 vaccines were administered in one day.