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B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU count and deaths rise

B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations, ICU count and deaths rise

Province records 42 COVID-19 deaths in the past week
Canada just introduced new travel rules at the border. Here's what B.C. residents need to know

Canada just introduced new travel rules at the border. Here's what B.C. residents need to know

The rules are changing on Monday.
COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C. as ICU total stays flat

COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in B.C. as ICU total stays flat

Province records another 27 COVID-19 deaths
Everything B.C. residents need to know about the new U.S. travel rules regarding face masks

Everything B.C. residents need to know about the new U.S. travel rules regarding face masks

How will the rule affect flights departing Canada for the U.S.?
Is it COVID-19 or do I just have allergies? What you and your kids need to know

Is it COVID-19 or do I just have allergies? What you and your kids need to know

Alder and birch are the leading allergies for B.C. during tree pollen season.
Four COVID-19 cases reported in qathet region from April 3 to 9

Four COVID-19 cases reported in qathet region from April 3 to 9

Previous week’s total supplied by BC Centre for Disease Control was two
New counting method prompts B.C. COVID-19 deaths to rise

New counting method prompts B.C. COVID-19 deaths to rise

B.C. hospitals have 364 patients who have tested positive for COVID-19
Former BC NDP government PR exec lobbying for vaccine maker

Former BC NDP government PR exec lobbying for vaccine maker

Ex-Ministry of Health communications director now working on behalf of AstraZeneca
Poll: Two-thirds of qathet region respondents plan to get fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose

Poll: Two-thirds of qathet region respondents plan to get fourth COVID-19 vaccine dose

65 per cent will get another shot when recommended for their age group
B.C. Is Betting Wrong on COVID, Say Critics

B.C. Is Betting Wrong on COVID, Say Critics

Experts warned today that British Columbia is putting people at risk by lifting protective measures as the BA2 subvariant brings a second, unpredictable Omicron wave in the province.
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