COVID-19

The BCCDC recorded four new cases of COVID-19 from Aug. 6 to 13. (Screenshot/BCCDC)

COVID-19 cases tick slightly upward in Agassiz-Harrison

Four new cases recorded this past week: BCCDC

 

There were three new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Agassiz-Harrison between July 31 and Aug. 6. (Graphics/Adam Louis)

3 new COVID-19 cases reported in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

There have been more than 230 cases to-date in 2022

 

Riley Oldford, 16-years-old and who suffers from cerebral palsy, is the first N.W.T. youth to get the Pfizer vaccine, receives the needle from Nurse practitioner Janie Neudorf in Yellowknife on Thursday May 6, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bill Braden

Once months ahead, N.W.T. behind in COVID-19 vaccine rollout for 4th doses

The National Advisory Committee stressed the importance of a fall booster program

Riley Oldford, 16-years-old and who suffers from cerebral palsy, is the first N.W.T. youth to get the Pfizer vaccine, receives the needle from Nurse practitioner Janie Neudorf in Yellowknife on Thursday May 6, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bill Braden
Residents are shown at Idola Saint-Jean long-term care home in Laval, Que., on February 25, 2022. A think tank that’s been compiling data on COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care homes says it has to stop its work because provinces are no longer making enough information public about the spread of the virus in the sector. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes

Project tracking COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care paused due to lack of data

The website for the Long-Term Care COVID-19 Tracker Project will remain available online

Residents are shown at Idola Saint-Jean long-term care home in Laval, Que., on February 25, 2022. A think tank that’s been compiling data on COVID-19 in Canadian long-term care homes says it has to stop its work because provinces are no longer making enough information public about the spread of the virus in the sector. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes
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3 new cases of COVID-19 in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC report

COVID-19 cases remain low presently

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Dr. Nordine, a Kelowna-based physician is no longer able to work at a local detox centre because of his failure to comply with the provincial vaccination mandate (Joshua Nordine/Facebook)

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Dr. Nordine, a Kelowna-based physician is no longer able to work at a local detox centre because of his failure to comply with the provincial vaccination mandate (Joshua Nordine/Facebook)
Agassiz-Harrison has recorded only one new case of COVID-19 between July 3 and 9. (Graphics/Adam Louis)

One case of COVID-19 reported in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

July 3 to 9 sees only minimal local COVID activity

Agassiz-Harrison has recorded only one new case of COVID-19 between July 3 and 9. (Graphics/Adam Louis)
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2 weeks of now new COVID-19 cases for Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

COVID-19 cases reported in every other local health area in Fraser Health

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A notice of civil claim has been filed against the City of Quesnel, the city’s manager, and the provincial government by non-vaccinated employees who were terminated earlier this year. (Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel)

Former employees launch lawsuit against City of Quesnel around vaccine mandates

A notice of civil claim was recently filed in B.C. Supreme Court

A notice of civil claim has been filed against the City of Quesnel, the city’s manager, and the provincial government by non-vaccinated employees who were terminated earlier this year. (Photo courtesy of City of Quesnel)
On Thursday, the BC Ministry of Environment, which oversees provincial parks, confirmed the Canadian side of Peace Arch Park will remain closed until at least Sept. 30, 2022 after the federal government extended COVID-related restrictions for entry to Canada. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

No summer access to Canada side of Peace Arch Park

With federal entry restrictions extended to Sept. 30, park will remain closed

On Thursday, the BC Ministry of Environment, which oversees provincial parks, confirmed the Canadian side of Peace Arch Park will remain closed until at least Sept. 30, 2022 after the federal government extended COVID-related restrictions for entry to Canada. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
COVID-19 virus (file photo).
COVID-19 virus (file photo).
COVID-19 virus (file photo).

COVID-19 cases remain low in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

Only one new case between June 12 and 18

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In this March 2021 file photo provided by Pfizer, vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are prepared for packaging at the company’s facility in Puurs, Belgium. (Pfizer via AP)
In this March 2021 file photo provided by Pfizer, vials of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine are prepared for packaging at the company’s facility in Puurs, Belgium. (Pfizer via AP)
Dr. Bonnie Henry. (Submitted Photo)
Dr. Bonnie Henry. (Submitted Photo)
There were three new cases of COVID-19 between June 5 and 11. (Screenshot/BCCDC)

3 new cases of COVID-19 in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

Numbers have been steadily low as activity drops throughout B.C.

There were three new cases of COVID-19 between June 5 and 11. (Screenshot/BCCDC)
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COVID-19 hits two-month low in Agassiz-Harrison

To date, 226 cases recorded in local health area in 2022

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The Matsqui Institution, a medium-security federal men's prison, is seen in Abbotsford, B.C., on Thursday, October 26, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
The Matsqui Institution, a medium-security federal men's prison, is seen in Abbotsford, B.C., on Thursday, October 26, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Agassiz-Harrison has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 between May 22 and 28. (Screenshot/BCCDC)

Four new cases of COVID-19 reported in local health area: BCCDC data

COVID-19 numbers hovering in the single digits for several months

Agassiz-Harrison has recorded four new cases of COVID-19 between May 22 and 28. (Screenshot/BCCDC)
Ross Wightman has been approved for compensation after falling ill due to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (Ross Wightman/Facebook)

Lake Country man one of 1st in Canada to be approved for COVID vaccine injury compensation

The program will pay up to $284,000 for pain and suffering

Ross Wightman has been approved for compensation after falling ill due to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine (Ross Wightman/Facebook)