1. Vaccine plan for pregnant people to be announced in 'the coming days,' say B.C. health officials  CTV News Vancouver
  2. B.C.'s top doctor says people should take 1st vaccine available, as province marks 15 more COVID-19 deaths  CBC.ca
  3. Ontario opens coronavirus vaccine bookings to hot spot residents 18 and older  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
  4. B.C. reports 2,174 new cases of COVID-19 over three days, along with 15 deaths  Global News
  5. COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters 'warp speed' - BC News  Castanet.net
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During a COVID-19 update the provincial health officer said her teams are coming up with a program for vaccinating pregnant people and that details will be announced soon.During a COVID-19 update the provincial health officer said her teams are coming up with a program for vaccinating pregnant people and that details will be announced soon.

Vaccine plan for pregnant people to be announced in 'the coming days,' say B.C. health officials | CTV News

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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More than 6,000 Canadians have reported contracting COVID-19 and 53 people have died after receiving one vaccine dose, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).More than 6,000 Canadians have reported contracting COVID-19 and 53 people have died after receiving one vaccine dose, according to the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

1.3% of Canada’s COVID-19 cases had 1st vaccine: PHAC - National | Globalnews.ca

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

The news conference at 3 p.m. will be carried live on BC1, on our website, the Global BC Facebook page and CKNW.The news conference at 3 p.m. will be carried live on BC1, on our website, the Global BC Facebook page and CKNW.

B.C. reports 2,174 new cases of COVID-19 over three days, along with 15 deaths | Globalnews.ca

There were reports of long waits and technical glitches as Ontario widened vaccine eligibility for more than 100 COVID-19 hot spots on Monday, but the province's health minister said the government was “pleased” that thousands were able to book an appointment to get their first dose.There were reports of long waits and technical glitches as Ontario widened vaccine eligibility for more than 100 COVID-19 hot spots on Monday, but the province's health minister said the government was “pleased” that thousands were able to book an appointment to get their first dose.

Ontario opens coronavirus vaccine bookings to hot spot residents 18 and older | CP24.com

Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez was chastised by the parliamentary speaker on Monday after yelling out “Oh f***” as Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan was answering a question. Rodriguez apologized for the outburst minutes later.Government House Leader Pablo Rodriguez was chastised by the parliamentary speaker on Monday after yelling out “Oh f***” as Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan was answering a question. Rodriguez apologized for the outburst minutes later.

House Leader Rodriguez chided for yelling ‘Oh f***’ during Question Period

The BC Ministry of Health reported a total of 131,656 since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Close to 2,000,000 residents have been vaccinated.The BC Ministry of Health reported a total of 131,656 since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Close to 2,000,000 residents have been vaccinated.

BC health officials announce 2,174 new cases for a three-day period on Monday, May 3rd

As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

B.C. residents should register on vaccine website even if first dose was given at pharmacy: officials | Globalnews.ca

As of Monday, everyone registered on the province's immunization website aged 54 and older can start booking their COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

B.C. residents should register on vaccine website even if first dose was given at pharmacy: officials | Globalnews.ca

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

Christine Elliott says more than 73,000 appointments were booked between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. EDT, despite the frustrations described by some social media usersChristine Elliott says more than 73,000 appointments were booked between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. EDT, despite the frustrations described by some social media users

COVID-19: Thousands of Ontarians book vaccine appointments within hours of expanded eligibility - Guelph News

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As Canada's vaccination campaign ramps up, people at higher risk of transmitting COVID-19 often lack the resources to navigate labyrinthine booking systems or the documentation that would ease their path to inoculation.As Canada's vaccination campaign ramps up, people at higher risk of transmitting COVID-19 often lack the resources to navigate labyrinthine booking systems or the documentation that would ease their path to inoculation.

Canada’s high-risk populations face COVID-19 vaccine barriers | Reuters

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

Health officials in British Columbia say that they're considering a shorter window between the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines.Health officials in British Columbia say that they're considering a shorter window between the first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccines.

BC considering shorter gap between first and second dose of COVID-19 vaccine | News

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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2,174 new cases identified over weekend, 15 more deaths2,174 new cases identified over weekend, 15 more deaths

B.C.’s COVID-19 infection, hospitalization decline continues – Nanaimo News Bulletin

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 - Vancouver Is Awesome

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

"We've been building a spaceship as we've been flying it, and we're now entering into a new era, and new warp speed if you will," Dr. Henry says about vaccine supply bonanza

COVID-19: Health officials to update B.C. COVID-19 cases on May 3 | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19: More than a million doses of vaccine to arrive in B.C. in May | Vancouver Sun

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

TORONTO — As Canada’s vaccination campaign ramps up, people at higher risk of transmitting COVID-19 often lack the resources to navigate labyrinthine booking…

Canada's high-risk populations face COVID-19 vaccine barriers | National Post

Canada's high-risk populations face COVID-19 vaccine barriers | National Post

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.Province due to accept 275k doses from Pfizer this week

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

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.Province due to accept 275k doses from Pfizer this week

COVID-19 vaccine intervals may soon be reduced as B.C. enters ‘warp speed’ - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

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 – Vancouver Island Free Daily

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 – Maple Ridge News

Ontario's health minister says the government is pleased to see thousands of people sign up for COVID-19 vaccines on the day eligibility opened to all adults in virus hot spots.Ontario's health minister says the government is pleased to see thousands of people sign up for COVID-19 vaccines on the day eligibility opened to all adults in virus hot spots.

Thousands of Ontarians book vaccine appointments within hours of expanded eligibility - CityNews Toronto

Ontario’s health minister says the government is pleased to see thousands of people sign up for COVID-19 vaccines on the day eligibility opened to all adults in virus hot spots.Christine Elliott says more than 73,000 appointments were booked between 8 a.

Thousands of residents in Mississauga and Brampton book vaccine appointments within hours | insauga.com