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BCCDC identifies 5 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies 5 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

Any travellers returning to B.C. are encouraged to check the public health agency's website for updates about flights identified for the risk of exposure.
Schools aren't increasing COVID-19 transmission rates: Dr. Bonnie Henry

Schools aren't increasing COVID-19 transmission rates: Dr. Bonnie Henry

Although about 500,000 students and staff are back in school, rates of COVID-19 remain very low among children and teenagers.
Safeway employee in North Vancouver tests positive for COVID-19

Safeway employee in North Vancouver tests positive for COVID-19

On its COVID-19 tracker, the company lists all of the recent positive cases as well as the stores that the employees work at. 
Vancouver mayor wants council to unlock $30 million to fight homelessness

Vancouver mayor wants council to unlock $30 million to fight homelessness

Kennedy Stewart says buying or leasing buildings best option to bring relief to people on street
Temporary homeless camps considered for Vancouver city hall campus

Temporary homeless camps considered for Vancouver city hall campus

Senior government money crucial for any options to proceed
All treats, no tricks: BCCDC gives Halloween celebration guidelines

All treats, no tricks: BCCDC gives Halloween celebration guidelines

Stick to the treats – not tricks this year, thanks to COVID-19. 🎃🍬
Travellers cautioned more Vancouver flights flagged for possible COVID-19 exposures

Travellers cautioned more Vancouver flights flagged for possible COVID-19 exposures

Four more flights in or out of YVR have been added to the BCCDC list for potential COVID exposures
Chance to prevent COVID resurgence 'narrows with each passing day,' Tam says

Chance to prevent COVID resurgence 'narrows with each passing day,' Tam says

Canada is running out of time to prevent a major resurgence of COVID-19, the country's chief public health officer said Saturday as its two most populous provinces continued to report some of their highest daily case counts in months.
Burnaby N95 mask maker the first for Health Canada authorization

Burnaby N95 mask maker the first for Health Canada authorization

BCCDC identifies 6 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

BCCDC identifies 6 new Vancouver flights for possible COVID-19 exposure

Any travellers returning to B.C. are encouraged to check the public health agency's website for updates about flights identified for the risk of exposure.