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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

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

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said people should temper expectations when it comes to any sort of large outdoor gatherings in the near future.Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said people should temper expectations when it comes to any sort of large outdoor gatherings in the near future.

Big events "not likely" to happen in BC this summer: Dr. Henry | News

B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine program is continuing to expand, with residents aged 30 and older now able to join waitlists to get a dose of AstraZeneca at participating pharmacies.B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine program is continuing to expand, with residents aged 30 and older now able to join waitlists to get a dose of AstraZeneca at participating pharmacies.

COVID-19 vaccines: B.C.'s 30+ residents can now sign up for a dose at participating pharmacies | CTV 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 – Nanaimo News Bulletin

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 doses in May. Provincial health officer Dr.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 doses in May. Provincial health officer Dr.

COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry - Alaska Highway News

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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 - Vancouver Is Awesome

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

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 – Williams Lake Tribune

Another four deaths recorded in B.C.Northern Health adds 22 new cases

Coronavirus: British Columbia hospital and ICU admissions continue hovering near record hights - Prince George Citizen

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 – Lake Country Calendar

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 – Mission City Record

As COVID-19 vaccine shipments ramp up, B.C. considers reducing the current 16-week wait. More than 4.5M doses are expected between now and the end of June.Province due to accept 275,000 doses from Pfizer this week

B.C. looking at reducing interval between vaccine doses - Bowen Island Undercurrent

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 – Peace Arch 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 – Sooke News 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 – Coast Mountain 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 – Hope 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 – Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News