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    Seniors living in long term care and assisted living to be allowed visitors

    June 30, 2020

    Seniors living in long term care and assisted living homes in BC will soon be allowed visitors.To that end, the province will provide $160 million dollars to public and private care homes to each hire three full-time staff to support safe visits with screening, instructions to visitors and infection control.There have been no deaths from COVID-19 over the past 24 hours. There have been 12 new case ... more

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    Nanaimo RCMP under investigation over wellness check last month

    June 26, 2020

    There are ten new cases of COVID-19 in BC, all in the Fraser Health Region. There has been one death reported since yesterday, in the Vancouver Coastal Health Region.First Nations in BC have fared better than the non-indigenous population when it comes to battling COVID-19.Nanaimo RCMP are under investigation over an incident related to a wellness check last month. BC's Independent Investigations ... more

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    'Cow-op' to receive $100,000 from Ministry of Social Development

    June 25, 2020

    BC is open for business, with the Premier announcing the start of Phase 3 in its COVID-19 plan.A program that delivers local food products to people in the Cowichan Valley will expand its service, thanks to a $100,000 dollar grant from the Ministry of Social Development. The Cowichan Valley Co-operative Marketplace or Cow-op has been providing an online marketplace for farm products since 2014.Isl ... more

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    With Horgan announcement, British Columbia enters Phase 3 of COVID-19 Restart Plan

    June 24, 2020

    There has been another death from COVID-19 in BC over the past 24 hours and once again, the death was at a long term care home in the Vancouver Coastal Health Region.Care homes are one of the few places in the province that are not opening up under Phase 3 of BC's COVID-19 plan. Today the Premier announced BC is officially open to travellers from across the country. Phase 3 means COVID-19 Safety G ... more

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    B.C.'s Chief Coroner gives new legislation to combat fatal drug overdoses a failing grade

    June 24, 2020

    New legislation designed to combat fatal drug overdoses among youth is getting a failing grade from B.C.'s Chief Coroner. Amendments to the Mental Health Act will allow hospitals to impose involuntary emergency stabilization on those under the age of 19 who have overdosed.The BC Centre for Disease Control is leading the world in a study to detect small amounts of the COVID-19 virus in wastewater.T ... more

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