COVID-19 second-dose vaccine wait times may drop with more supply, says Dr. Henry  Burnaby NowView Full coverage on Google 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 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 - Burnaby Now

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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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

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 – Victoria News

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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

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

“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