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B.C. announces 62 new COVID-19 cases, and two more deaths

B.C. announces 62 new COVID-19 cases, and two more deaths

British Columbia announced Monday a total of 62 new test-postive cases of COVID-19 in the province. 
B.C. residents to find international travel risky this summer

B.C. residents to find international travel risky this summer

Travellers face insurance, self-isolation challenges and numerous restrictions
Possible COVID-19 exposure on flight from Kelowna to YVR

Possible COVID-19 exposure on flight from Kelowna to YVR

Passengers on a recent flight from Kelowna to Vancouver are being warned of a possible COVID-19 exposure
These Vancouver Public Library branches are reopening Tuesday

These Vancouver Public Library branches are reopening Tuesday

For the first time since the library shut down in mid-March, library users will be able to access computers, borrow and return library materials and pick up holds from five locations
Four sites in Kelowna now linked to COVID-19 exposures

Four sites in Kelowna now linked to COVID-19 exposures

Health officials have identified two more locations where people may have contracted the respiratory illness
‘That could be my parent’: photo of mask-less Coquitlam MP with seniors provokes frustration

‘That could be my parent’: photo of mask-less Coquitlam MP with seniors provokes frustration

Port Moody-Coquitlam Conservative MP Nelly Shin posted the photo on June 25 and since then, some locals have expressed frustration by the lack of precautions
Threat of second wave of COVID-19 elsewhere is major risk for B.C.

Threat of second wave of COVID-19 elsewhere is major risk for B.C.

While B.C. has been successful in slowing the transmission of the coronavirus within its borders, the province remains vulnerable to the health and economic challenges experienced by the U.S.
'Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe' posters now available

'Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe' posters now available

Available for a limited time
CARTOON: On the way to Alaska

CARTOON: On the way to Alaska

Keep passing through
B.C. nurses want WorkSafeBC to add COVID-19 to list of job hazards

B.C. nurses want WorkSafeBC to add COVID-19 to list of job hazards

The head of the BC Nurses Union wants to make sure all nurses are supported should they contract COVID-19 and become unable to work