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Indoor religious gatherings suspended across B.C. due to surge in COVID-19 cases

Indoor religious gatherings suspended across B.C. due to surge in COVID-19 cases

The previously announced class variance for limited indoor worship services has been suspended
New Coquitlam COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens amidst high call volume

New Coquitlam COVID-19 vaccine clinic opens amidst high call volume

Seniors express relief at getting their COVID-19 shots but some may be waiting awhile to book them as Fraser Health says it's experiencing high call volume
B.C. suspends use of AstraZeneca for those under 55 years old

B.C. suspends use of AstraZeneca for those under 55 years old

The move comes in anticipation of new guidelines from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization
Indoor dining at B.C. restaurants suspended due to COVID-19 case surge

Indoor dining at B.C. restaurants suspended due to COVID-19 case surge

Restaurants across British Columbia must suspend indoor dining due to rising coronavirus (COVID-19) case numbers in the province.
Record number of new COVID-19 cases prompts ban on in-restaurant dining in B.C.

Record number of new COVID-19 cases prompts ban on in-restaurant dining in B.C.

B.C. recorded 2,518 new COVID-19 infections in past three days, including record 936 cases on March 27.
B.C. parents react to mandatory mask policy for all Surrey students Grades 4 to 12

B.C. parents react to mandatory mask policy for all Surrey students Grades 4 to 12

Parents ask why only Surrey Schools are requiring masks, rather than all schools.
Dear therapist, how will I feel when the pandemic is over?

Dear therapist, how will I feel when the pandemic is over?

A Sea to Sky therapist walks us through what to expect and what has been lost — or gained — through this COVID-19 period.
B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

The 6,245 people now actively fighting infections is the highest number since January 7.
'I just left': Vancouver woman angered over lack of security, price gouging at quarantine hotel

'I just left': Vancouver woman angered over lack of security, price gouging at quarantine hotel

Price hike for costly quarantine stay and lack of security angers woman after she leaves Vancouver quarantine hotel without staff questions
Truckers to haul 1.5m AstraZeneca doses to Canada by Tuesday amid Moderna delays

Truckers to haul 1.5m AstraZeneca doses to Canada by Tuesday amid Moderna delays

Canada due to accept 3.2m doses of COVID-19 vaccine from three manufacturers next week