25 new cases were reported in Island Health.
23 new cases were reported in Island Health.
86 new cases were reported in Island Health over the weekend.
The partygoers spotted police and fled.
Cases were reported between February 2nd and February 7th.
Close contacts will be asked to self-isolate for 14 days.
The last day the employee worked was on February 3rd.
The potential exposure occurred on Monday February 1st.
28 new cases were reported in Island Health.
Contact tracing is underway.
The orders were set to expire today.
27 new cases were reported in Island Health.
The ban was initially put in place back in March 2020.
K-12 staff must also wear masks indoors.
Anyone who was at the pub Jan. 23 6pm-10pm should monitor for symptoms.
26 new cases of COVID-19 and 1 new death were reported in Island Health.
"Fewer cases is a welcome sign for all of us," said Dr. Henry.
One school on Snuneymuxw First Nation closed Monday/Tuesday.
The vaccine will likely be produced in Montreal.
Four projects will offer a medical alternative to toxic street drugs for opioid users.
Seven cases of the UK variant were confirmed this weekend.
The flights were headed to Comox and Nanaimo.
From January 25th to 31st.
The staff member tested positive yesterday.
The potential exposure occurred on January 27th.
29 new cases were reported in Island Health.
Potential exposure dates are listed as January 20th, 21st, 22nd and 25th.
Effective this Sunday.
30 new cases were reported in Island Health.
Exposure dates were January 22nd and January 25th.
45 new cases were reported in Island Health.
24,065 vaccinations have been administered on the Island.
The Nation's shelter in place order has been extended to Feb 5.
The $2/hr top-up for employees was scheduled to end this weekend.
Potential exposure dates are January 20th, 21st and 22nd.
Vaccines have slowed as supply runs short.
Both flights were with Air Canada Jazz out of Vancouver.
73 new cases were reported in Island Health.
The province doesn't know if more vaccine will arrive in the next three weeks.
Wear glasses or have a beard? They've got you covered (literally!)
Premier John Horgan ruled out travel bans last week.
Staff and students who came in close contact will be asked to self-isolate.
2 staff and 1 patient have tested positive to date.
13 new cases were reported in Island Health.
General public won't get their shot until the late summer/early fall.
"We can’t prevent people from travelling to British Columbia."
The outbreak was first declared January 9th.
Over 100,000 people have now received their first dose of vaccine.
The COVID-19 relief funding will go to 64 organizations across the island.
32 new cases were reported in Island Health.