Looking back on a year of COVID-19 in Vancouver

Looking back on a year of COVID-19 in Vancouver

The health authority was the only one that did not have a backup call centre to the system provided by Telus.

The Liberals asked why the government thought it would be an adequate level of staff as well as who signed the contract and when.

In B.C., residents 90 and older and Indigenous people over 65 became eligible to book appointments on Monday, March 8.

"We are now starting to receive supplies of the AstraZeneca vaccine".

Bonnie Henry says there were another 51 new cases of a variant of concern identified in the province taking the total number to 627, with 109 of these cases active.

One more person has died of COVID-19, lifting the provincial death toll to 1,394. This includes 580 cases of the B.1.1.7 (U.K.) variant, 33 cases of the B.1.351 (South Africa) variant and 14 cases of the P.1 (Brazil) variant.

ITV "dealing" with Piers Morgan, says network CEO
The 2021 iteration of the clan consists of eight senior working royals who officially represent Her Majesty at events. Executives insisted the dramatic scene was impromptu, not manufactured.

Meantime, Henry says the province has doled out 355,340 doses of COVID-19 vaccine, 86,960 of which are second doses.

Hawes said she isn't angry with Kroger, and hopes that what happened to her doesn't discourage others from getting vaccinated themselves.

There were just 26 new cases in Interior Health.

A further 9,051 people are under public health monitoring as a result of an identified exposure to a known case of COVID-19.

It was an "honest mistake", Kroger spokeswoman Allison McGee told the TV station. Staff is being added and changes are being made to prevent delays next week, she said, when seniors 85 and older or those born in 1936 can begin calling to book their immunization.

The vaccines aren't 100 per cent effective but they're some of the most effective that have ever been produced, according to the minister.

Related Articles