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Five of B.C.'s 2,814 active COVID-19 cases are Omicron

Five of B.C.'s 2,814 active COVID-19 cases are Omicron

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. have fallen to new low since August 6.
'Mistake' forces B.C. government to cancel children's COVID-19 bookings at pharmacies

'Mistake' forces B.C. government to cancel children's COVID-19 bookings at pharmacies

An undisclosed number of children aged 5-11 had their COVID-19 vaccine bookings cancelled after a B.C. government error scheduled them at pharmacies
COVID-19: B.C.’s booster campaign tops 500K doses as uncertainty surrounds Omicron variant

COVID-19: B.C.’s booster campaign tops 500K doses as uncertainty surrounds Omicron variant

Province reports four new cases of new Omicron variant
Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to four-month low

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C. fall to four-month low

Serious infections have also been on the decline.
Dr. Bonnie Henry faces yet another pandemic-related court challenge

Dr. Bonnie Henry faces yet another pandemic-related court challenge

A Vancouver man wants B.C. Supreme Court to review Dr. Bonnie Henry's vaccination orders for health-care facilities, claiming they violate the Constitution.
Pandemic means some Canadians no longer planning to have children, or delaying plans

Pandemic means some Canadians no longer planning to have children, or delaying plans

Has the pandemic affected your plans?
New B.C. COVID-19 infections up, as serious infections fall

New B.C. COVID-19 infections up, as serious infections fall

COVID-19 hospitalizations have not been this low since September 9.
B.C. Transit workforce 98% vaccinated against COVID-19

B.C. Transit workforce 98% vaccinated against COVID-19

B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections rise as serious cases fall

B.C.'s active COVID-19 infections rise as serious cases fall

Five more die from COVID-19, raising B.C.'s pandemic death toll to 2,345.
Eating disorders have increased during COVID-19 — here's how to recognize them and how to help

Eating disorders have increased during COVID-19 — here's how to recognize them and how to help

Eating disorders are often misunderstood, but earlier treatment improves outcomes. Let's dispel some myths, learn how to recognize eating disorders and what to do if someone you love is struggling.