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Extended dose intervals for COVID-19 vaccines to optimize early vaccine rollout and population protection in Canada

Extended dose intervals for COVID-19 vaccines to optimize early vaccine rollout and population protection in Canada

Current evidence suggests high vaccine effectiveness against symptomatic disease and hospitalization for several weeks after the first dose, including among older populations.

Extended dose intervals for COVID-19 vaccines to optimize early vaccine rollout and population protection in Canada

Winter supply of Chinook important to orcas: study

Winter supply of Chinook important to orcas: study

All 14 stocks of chinook salmon that are preferred by whales are threatened, he said. These fish would move in and out of inshore waters at different times of the year and ensure a steady supply of food for the orcas.

Winter supply of Chinook important to orcas: study

B.C. targets gun violence in new legislation

B.C. targets gun violence in new legislation

Farnworth, who is also public safety minister, says in a statement the majority of gun owners in B.C. abide by the law and the legislation will have little impact on them.

B.C. targets gun violence in new legislation

542 COVID19 cases for Wednesday

542 COVID19 cases for Wednesday

“Of the active cases, 246 individuals are currently hospitalized with COVID-19, 64 of whom are in intensive care. The remaining people are recovering at home in self-isolation“. 

542 COVID19 cases for Wednesday

Teachers call for stronger safety measures from PHO as WorkSafe BC reports 250% spike in COVID19 claims

Teachers call for stronger safety measures from PHO as WorkSafe BC reports 250% spike in COVID19 claims

Workers in public school districts have the third highest number of compensation claims, only behind workers in long-term care and acute care settings.

Teachers call for stronger safety measures from PHO as WorkSafe BC reports 250% spike in COVID19 claims

B.C. top doctor appreciated charter rights: lawyer

B.C. top doctor appreciated charter rights: lawyer

In a hearing over a petition challenging Dr. Bonnie Henry's health orders, Gareth Morley told the B.C. Supreme Court that Henry has outlined the reasons for her orders both verbally in public briefings and in writing.

B.C. top doctor appreciated charter rights: lawyer

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