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Health Minister Adrian Dix had taken responsibility for the delays but said that the problems arose from Telus, which had issued an apology.

However, he said Telus should be held accountable for the failure in that region.

But Dix said the situation has improved, and almost 3,000 vaccine appointments were booked in VCH Wednesday.

About 21,000 of the 47,000 British Columbians 90 and older have already received their vaccines in long-term care homes and about 8,000 of the 35,000 Indigenous people over 65 have received their jabs, which leaves about 53,000 people who were eligible to call this week.

Today, there are 4,861 active cases, which is eight fewer cases since yesterday.

Dix said a provincial online booking platform will be ready to launch April 12 as B.C. begins vaccinating the broader population in the coming weeks.

Telus president Darren Entwistle said in a statement he is "incredibly sorry" for the frustrations that residents have experienced and the company can and will do better. Our team has been working overnight to respond to the significant demand and scale capacity by adding hundreds of additional agents.

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Entwistle says Telus promised to have 156 agents answering calls at all times to schedule vaccinations across the province.

Fewer than 100,000 British Columbians are now eligible to book to get their Pfizer or Moderna first jabs.

"There will be a provincewide system in place". "What we need to do this week is get everyone the appointments they need for next week".

Sadly, there is one new COVID-19-related death, which brings the cumulative total to 1,394 people who have died in B.C. during the pandemic.

BC Health Officials are scheduled to provide a live COVID-19 update on Thursday afternoon, including updated epidemiological modelling.

There are 51 new confirmed COVID-19 cases that are variants of concern in our province, for a total of 627 cases.

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