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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Local News

B.C. confirms 499 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 11,687

B.C. confirms 499 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 11,687

There has been on new community outbreak at J & L Beef Ltd.
BCCDC identifies more Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies more Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

Any travellers returning to B.C. are encouraged to check the BC Centre for Disease Control's website for updates about flights identified for the risk of exposure.
Employee at No Frills store in Langley tests positive for COVID-19

Employee at No Frills store in Langley tests positive for COVID-19

The employee tested positive on Oct. 18 and had last worked a few days prior.
Fraser Health reports new COVID-19 outbreaks at care homes and meat packing facility

Fraser Health reports new COVID-19 outbreaks at care homes and meat packing facility

The health authority says teams are working at each site and enhanced infection control measures are in place.
This anonymous Instagram account is reviewing COVID-19 safety measures at B.C. establishments

This anonymous Instagram account is reviewing COVID-19 safety measures at B.C. establishments

"This is not your average food blog/review."
She flew to Venezuela in March to take care of her ailing mom. Trapped by COVID-19 and diplomatic red tape, she’s been stuck there ever since.

She flew to Venezuela in March to take care of her ailing mom. Trapped by COVID-19 and diplomatic red tape, she’s been stuck there ever since.

Susana Caballero is now desperate to get home to her family in North Vancouver, and to bring her mother along so that she can recover with the help of loved ones
3 more B.C. flights flagged for potential COVID-19 exposure

3 more B.C. flights flagged for potential COVID-19 exposure

All passengers who have travelled outside of Canada are required to self-isolate and monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon their arrival.
Police called after anti-mask protesters cause disturbance on Horseshoe Bay ferry

Police called after anti-mask protesters cause disturbance on Horseshoe Bay ferry

At least a dozen anti-mask protesters were acting verbally abusive to other ferry travellers who were wearing masks
COVID-19 public exposure warnings issued for two car dealerships in Langley area

COVID-19 public exposure warnings issued for two car dealerships in Langley area

Both new COVID-19 public exposure warnings include any test drives taken from either of the car lots
Having COVID-19 ‘felt like someone was punching me in the chest' says Vancouver woman

Having COVID-19 ‘felt like someone was punching me in the chest' says Vancouver woman

“I’ve never felt anything that excruciating in my life.”