1. KIJHL teams can have 50% arena capacity with fully vaccinated patrons – Cranbrook Daily Townsman  Cranbrook Townsman
  2. COVID-19 vaccines to be mandatory for workers in all health-care settings in B.C.  CBC.ca
  3. Weekly COVID-19 live updates set to resume Tuesday  CHEK
  4. COVID-19: B.C. widens vaccine requirements and announces booster shots  Vancouver Sun
  5. BC health officials report 1,984 new cases of COVID-19 for a three-day period on Monday, September 13th  Victoria Buzz
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Teams can decide if that’s what they want to do, commissioner saysTeams can decide if that’s what they want to do, commissioner says

KIJHL teams can have 50% arena capacity with fully vaccinated patrons – Cranbrook Daily Townsman

B.C. health officials have announced that a COVID-19 vaccination will soon be mandatory for anyone who works in a health-care facility across the province.B.C. health officials have announced that a COVID-19 vaccination will soon be mandatory for anyone who works in a health-care facility across the province.

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Immler says when he picked up his daughter at school he got a bit of flak from one person, but everyone else thought it was cool.Immler says when he picked up his daughter at school he got a bit of flak from one person, but everyone else thought it was cool.

B.C. man puts COVID-19 vaccine card QR code on T-shirt - BC | Globalnews.ca

Immler says when he picked up his daughter at school he got a bit of flak from one person, but everyone else thought it was cool.

B.C. man puts COVID-19 vaccine card QR code on T-shirt - BC | Globalnews.ca

Teams can decide if that’s what they want to do, commissioner saysTeams can decide if that’s what they want to do, commissioner says

KIJHL teams can have 50% arena capacity with fully vaccinated patrons – Castlegar News

The company says it will pay workers $1,000 to get the shot in a new incentive to encourage vaccinations as of last week. Whirlpool had previously been offering smaller incentives to try and entice workers.The company says it will pay workers $1,000 to get the shot in a new incentive to encourage vaccinations as of last week. Whirlpool had previously been offering smaller incentives to try and entice workers.

Whirlpool offers workers a $1,000 incentive to get Covid jabs after Biden signed new vaccine orders  | Daily Mail Online

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UPDATE 5:55 p.m. Interior Health is lifting a number of coronavirus restrictions for the region alongside the rollout of the provincial vaccine passport system. UPDATE 5:55 p.m. Interior Health is lifting a number of coronavirus restrictions for the region alongside the rollout of the provincial vaccine passport system.

Interior Health-specific restrictions being lifted, Henry says, because of BC Vaccine Card program - BC News - Castanet.net

These changes to regional medical health officer orders are tied to the Vaccine Card system coming into effect across B.C.These changes to regional medical health officer orders are tied to the Vaccine Card system coming into effect across B.C.

Interior Health loosens restrictions on gatherings with implementation of Vaccine Card - Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

These changes to regional medical health officer orders are tied to the Vaccine Card system coming into effect across B.C.

Interior Health loosens restrictions on gatherings with implementation of Vaccine Card - Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

B.C. health officials are expected to provide a written update on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday afternoon.B.C. health officials are expected to provide a written update on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday afternoon.

COVID-19 on Vancouver Island: Health officials to provide update | CTV News

Burnaby now at 80% for full coronavirus vaccinationsVaccination numbers have been stalling for numerous weeks throughout B.C.

Burnaby now at 80% for COVID-19 full vaccinations - Burnaby Now

B.C. health officials are preparing to resume weekly COVID-19 live updates starting Tuesday as rising cases continue to pose difficulties across the province.B.C.'s health minister Adrian Dix will hold a live update Tuesday afternoon as rising cases continue to pose difficulties across the province. It comes after Dix and Provincial Health Officer Bonnie Henry announced live press conferences will be once again be held every Tuesday, giving the media and the public an

B.C. health minister to hold media availability as weekly updates resume

All B.C. health care workers who work in acute, community, and home care will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Oct. 26.All B.C. health care workers who work in acute, community, and home care will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Oct. 26.

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Anyone who works, lives or volunteers in a hospital, clinic or community care setting, including home cares, will have to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 26.

COVID-19: B.C. widens vaccine requirements and announces booster shots | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19: B.C. widens vaccine requirements and announces booster shots | Vancouver Sun

Watch B.C. health officials hold press conference as vaccine card goes into effect, federal election one week away Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch B.C. health officials hold press conference as vaccine card goes into effect, federal election one week away Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

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The CEO of the Rio Theatre welcomes the vaccine card plan, noting they've been ordered to close three times during the pandemic.The CEO of the Rio Theatre welcomes the vaccine card plan, noting they've been ordered to close three times during the pandemic.

‘No vaccine, no silver screen’: B.C. theatre among businesses optimistic about vaccine cards | Globalnews.ca

The CEO of the Rio Theatre welcomes the vaccine card plan, noting they've been ordered to close three times during the pandemic.

‘No vaccine, no silver screen’: B.C. theatre among businesses optimistic about vaccine cards | Globalnews.ca

Northern B.C. saw 294 new cases of the coronavirus reported over the weekendNorthern B.C. saw 294 new cases of the coronavirus reported over the weekend

Northern Health region nearing 1,000 active COVID cases - Prince George Citizen

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Announcement expands on previous mandate for long-term care and assisted living workersAnnouncement expands on previous mandate for long-term care and assisted living workers

All health care workers in B.C. must be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 26: Henry – Abbotsford News

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On Sept. 13, 2021, Dr. Bonnie Henry said that businesses have no option regarding the BC Vaccine Card and have "suffered the most" during the pandemic. The BC Vaccine Card program is now in effect.

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Liquor service again allowed after 10 p.m. in the Central OkanaganLiquor service again allowed after 10 p.m. in the Central Okanagan

Restrictions eased for Interior businesses following vax card program – Williams Lake Tribune

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Healthcare workers in BC will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment beginning October 26.Healthcare workers in BC will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment beginning October 26.

BC healthcare workers must be vaccinated to work starting next month | News

The nine deaths bring B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll to 1,865.The nine deaths bring B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll to 1,865.

B.C. reports 1,984 new COVID-19 cases over three days and nine additional deaths | Globalnews.ca

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

COVID-19 update for Sept. 14: Here's the latest on coronavirus in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

COVID-19 update for Sept. 14: B.C. widens vaccine requirements and announces booster shots | 1,984 cases on weekend, nine deaths | Mu variant confirmed in B.C. | Vancouver Sun

BC announced 1,984 new test-positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the total number of recorded cases in the province to 175,142.BC announced 1,984 new test-positive COVID-19 cases on Monday, bringing the total number of recorded cases in the province to 175,142.

BC health officials report nearly 2,000 new COVID-19 cases since Friday | News

Immunocompromised BC residents will be notified to get a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to boost their immune response to the virus.Immunocompromised BC residents will be notified to get a third COVID-19 vaccine shot to boost their immune response to the virus.

Immunocompromised BC residents to be offered third dose of vaccine | News

The BC Ministry of Health reported 1,984 new cases of COVID-19 for a three-day period on Monday, September 13th.The BC Ministry of Health reported 1,984 new cases of COVID-19 for a three-day period on Monday, September 13th.

BC health officials report 1,984 new cases of COVID-19 for a three-day period on Monday, September 13th

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“The end result for people who choose not to be vaccinated in health care is leave without pay.”

COVID restrictions eased in Interior Health as mandatory vaccinations announced for B.C. health-care workers | iNFOnews | Thompson-Okanagan's News Source

Although active and hospitalized cases decreased, there were nine deaths and a new healthcare outbreak.Although active and hospitalized cases decreased, there were nine deaths and a new healthcare outbreak.

COVID-19 in B.C.: Almost 2,000 new cases; third doses; mandatory healthcare vaccinations; 35 flights; and more | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News & Entertainment Weekly

Minister of Health Adrian Dix said 140 people are in intensive care right now, and 121 of them, or about 86 per cent, are unvaccinated.Minister of Health Adrian Dix said 140 people are in intensive care right now, and 121 of them, or about 86 per cent, are unvaccinated.

‘None of the ICU cases in B.C. under 50 are fully vaccinated’: health minister | Globalnews.ca

Minister of Health Adrian Dix said 140 people are in intensive care right now, and 121 of them, or about 86 per cent, are unvaccinated.

‘None of the ICU cases in B.C. under 50 are fully vaccinated’: health minister | Globalnews.ca

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Provincial Health Officer Doctor Bonnie Henry has announced that healthcare workers who work in acute and community care will need to be ... more ›

BC Healthcare workers will need to be vaccinated to keep their job - My Prince George Now

As COVID-19 cases rise, the province introduces new measures to curb the spread.As COVID-19 cases rise, the province introduces new measures to curb the spread.

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A number of changes have been announced to B.C.'s COVID-19 response, including mandatory vaccination for anyone who works in a health-care facility, eased restrictions in Interior Health for events. . .A number of changes have been announced to B.C.'s COVID-19 response, including mandatory vaccination for anyone who works in a health-care facility, eased restrictions in Interior Health for events. . .

Interior restrictions eased, vaccine mandate coming for province's health-care workers | Kamloops This Week

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On the eve of the launch of B.C.’s Vaccine Card verification system, downloading the vaccine card verifier app might seem like essential business to people curious about how it works and what . . .On the eve of the launch of B.C.’s Vaccine Card verification system, downloading the vaccine card verifier app might seem like essential business to people curious about how it works and what . . .

B.C. businesses hope for smooth sailing as COVID-19 vaccine card rolls out | Times Colonist

The Nigerian Government has disclosed plans to carry out COVID-19 vaccination in churches on Sundays. Faisal Shuaib, the Executive Director of theThe Nigerian Government has disclosed plans to carry out COVID-19 vaccination in churches on Sundays. Faisal Shuaib, the Executive Director of the

COVID-19: Buhari govt to vaccinate Nigerians in Churches on Sundays - Daily Post Nigeria