1. COVID-19: Vaccines could be made available for adolescents and teens | Vancouver Sun  Vancouver Sun
  2. B.C.'s top doctor says people should take 1st vaccine available, as province marks 15 more COVID-19 deaths  CBC.ca
  3. COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters 'warp speed' - BC News  Castanet.net
  4. B.C. sees 15 COVID-19 deaths over weekend as vaccine deliveries grow  News 1130
  5. Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry  Victoria News
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British Columbia's top doctor says people in the province should take the first vaccine they're offered, as Canada's vaccine advisory committe reaffirmed its preference Monday for mRNA vaccines.British Columbia's top doctor says people in the province should take the first vaccine they're offered, as Canada's vaccine advisory committe reaffirmed its preference Monday for mRNA vaccines.

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British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.British Columbians may soon find themselves waiting less time for their second COVID-19 vaccine dose than originally expected as the province prepares to accept record numbers of doses in the coming weeks.

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - BC News - Castanet.net

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Oak Bay News

COVID-19 exposures were reported at two more Vancouver Island schools over the weekend.COVID-19 exposures were reported at two more Vancouver Island schools over the weekend.

Island Health adds 2 schools to COVID-19 exposure list | CTV News

B.C. saw another 15 people lose their lives due to COVID-19 over the weekend, as the province prepares for a surge in vaccine deliveries.B.C. saw another 15 people lose their lives due to COVID-19 over the weekend, as the province prepares for a surge in vaccine deliveries.

B.C. sees 15 COVID-19 deaths over weekend as vaccine deliveries grow - NEWS 1130

“In some ways we’ve been building a spaceship as we’ve been flying it,” provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said. “Right now we're entering a new era, a new warp speed if you like, and there will be bumps.”

COVID-19 cases drop below 700 a day in B.C. | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source

B.C. public health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged all British Columbians to register to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the province expects more than a million doses of Pfizer vaccine to arrive in May.B.C. public health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix urged all British Columbians to register to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the province expects more than a million doses of Pfizer vaccine to arrive in May.

Henry, Dix urge British Columbians to register for vaccines - Prince George Citizen

There are now 131,656 cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in B.C. after health officials announced 2,174 new cases Monday.There are 7,327 active cases of COVID-19 in the province

Coronavirus: B.C. confirms 2,174 new cases of COVID-19 - Burnaby Now

DR. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, on Monday announced 2,174 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, for a total of 131,656 cases in British Columbia. They said: “Today, we are reporting on three periods: from April 30 to May 1, we had 835 new cases; from May 1 to May […]DR. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, on Monday announced 2,174 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, for a total of 131,656 cases in British Columbia. They said: “Today, we are reporting on three periods: from April 30 to May 1, we had 835 new cases; from May 1 to May […]

835+671+668 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deaths since Friday | Indo-Canadian Voice

DR. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, on Monday announced 2,174 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, for a total of 131,656 cases in British Columbia. They said: “Today, we are reporting on three periods: from April 30 to May 1, we had 835 new cases; from May 1 to May […]DR. Bonnie Henry, Provincial Health Officer, and Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, on Monday announced 2,174 new COVID-19 cases since Friday, for a total of 131,656 cases in British Columbia. They said: “Today, we are reporting on three periods: from April 30 to May 1, we had 835 new cases; from May 1 to May […]

835+671+668 new COVID-19 cases and 15 more deaths since Friday | Indo-Canadian Voice

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Victoria News

15 more people have died in the past three days in B.C. from COVID-19.15 more people have died in the past three days in B.C. from COVID-19.

Hospitalizations fall, as B.C. records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in six weeks - Tri-City News

VICTORIA - British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million dosesVICTORIA - British Columbia health officials say shorter wait times between first and second COVID-19 vaccine shots for people are expected with the arrival of more than one million doses

COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry | Bc | kelownadailycourier.ca

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B.C.'s COVID-19 updates for May 3 | Columbia Valley, Cranbrook, East Kootenay, Elk Valley, Kimberley, Ktunaxa Nation

Provincial health officials say B.C. has reported 2,174 cases of COVID-19 over the weekend. Of those, 61 were on Vancouver Island and ... more ›

Nearly half of eligible B.C. residents have received first dose of COVID-19 vaccine - My Campbell River Now

Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.

COVID-19 update for May 3: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19 update for May 3: Dr. Henry promises one million doses of vaccine in May | 15 deaths and 2,174 cases reported over past three days | Johnson&Johnson vaccine recommended for Canadians 30 and over | Vancouver Sun

Hundreds of thousands of doses of Canada's fourth approved vaccine have arrived, but distribution is on hold over a potential tainting issue

Six things to know about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19: Six things to know about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine | Vancouver Sun

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B.C. is considering decreasing the interval between first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine as supply ramps up, says the province’s top doctor. More than a million doses of vaccine are . . .B.C. is considering decreasing the interval between first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine as supply ramps up, says the province’s top doctor. More than a million doses of vaccine are . . .

Second doses of COVID-19 vaccine could be given sooner than expected: Henry | Times Colonist

British Columbia's top health officials are scheduled to host a live update Monday regarding the COVID-19 landscape in the province over the past 72 hours.British Columbia's top health officials are scheduled to host a live update Monday regarding the COVID-19 landscape in the province over the past 72 hours.

B.C. reports over 2,150 new COVID cases, 15 deaths

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WhatsApp has introduced an easy way to locate the nearest COVID-19 vaccine center. Here's how you can now find nearest COVID-19 vaccine center via WhatsApp.WhatsApp has introduced an easy way to locate the nearest COVID-19 vaccine center. Here's how you can now find nearest COVID-19 vaccine center via WhatsApp.

Locate the nearest vaccination center via WHAT'S App? Here's How

Pharmasave, Shoppers Drug Mart, Safeway Covid Vaccine: B.C.’s 30+ residents can now sign up for vaccines | The Intelligencer

Today, Dr. Bonnie Henry, the provincial health officer of BC, dismissed the massive public events with many thousands of participants this summer, fall and winter. That means there will be no big parties like the Vancouver Pride Parade and the...

Govit-19 BC: Dr. Bonnie Henry raises hopes for outdoor art events and calls for immunizations for pregnant women

Disneyland has reopened in California. Cruise lines are welcoming the news that they could be sailing again in the U.S. by midsummer. And the number of Americans fully vaccinated against COVID-19 has topped 100 million.This means 39% of the nation's adult population has been fully vaccinated.

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COVID vaccine: Number of Americans fully vaccinated tops 100 million | abc7ny.com

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Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Hope Standard

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Coast Mountain News

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Sicamous Eagle Valley News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Salmon Arm Observer

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – North Island Gazette

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Saanich News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Kelowna Capital News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Agassiz Harrison Observer

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Prince Rupert Northern View

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Grand Forks Gazette

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Vanderhoof Omineca Express

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Port Alberni Valley News

Smaller, distanced events could happen outdoorsSmaller, distanced events could happen outdoors

Large events ‘not likely’ to happen in B.C. this year, even as vaccine rollout speeds up: Henry – Terrace Standard

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Surrey Now-Leader

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Vernon Morning Star

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Castlegar News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Lake Country Calendar

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Creston Valley Advance

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Chemainus Valley Courier

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Clearwater Times

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Arrow Lakes News

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Campbell River Mirror

AstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based programAstraZeneca rollout overlaps with B.C.’s age-based program

Got a pharmacy shot? Don’t try to double up on COVID-19 vaccines – Caledonia Courier