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How do cats get coronavirus? The BCCDC needs your help examining transmission

How do cats get coronavirus? The BCCDC needs your help examining transmission

How do cats get coronavirus?
North Shore COVID-19 school exposure warnings (MAP)

North Shore COVID-19 school exposure warnings (MAP)

Stay up to date with potential exposure dates at North Shore elementary and secondary schools by checking this map.
B.C. sets record for most COVID-19 hospitalizations: 397

B.C. sets record for most COVID-19 hospitalizations: 397

Health officials provided a daily record of 41,839 doses of vaccine to a record 41,804 new people.
Parents, teachers voice concern as school COVID cases rise on North Shore

Parents, teachers voice concern as school COVID cases rise on North Shore

Visits to Whistler, unsanctioned grad parties and variants are among factors driving recent North Shore school exposures to record levels
B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

B.C.'s daily tally of new COVID-19 cases dips to low not seen since April 1

Lions Gate Hospital faces pressure as COVID hospitalizations mount

Lions Gate Hospital faces pressure as COVID hospitalizations mount

Two units at North Shore now dedicated to COVID patients; some elective surgeries in VCH cancelled Monday
COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

More than 3,000 new infections since Friday
Check out your summer reads and your kale seeds: seed library opens

Check out your summer reads and your kale seeds: seed library opens

Seeds are free and available for people to take, trade, exchange and donate
Community-wide vaccination 'doesn't just protect Whistler, it protects the province': Whistler mayor

Community-wide vaccination 'doesn't just protect Whistler, it protects the province': Whistler mayor

The numbers associated with Whistler's latest outbreak convinced B.C. public health officials to take action, Crompton says
Trail usage balloons in the Sea to Sky

Trail usage balloons in the Sea to Sky

COVID-19 restrictions appear to have made Squamish trails far busier in 2020.