COVID-19 in B.C.: No sign of surges from May long weekend; enforcement update; and more

B.C. is now into the 2nd week after the incubation period of any prospective transmissions through the May perhaps prolonged weekend, and we nevertheless have not witnessed any spikes or surges that have ordinarily followed trip periods through the pandemic.

Can we claim a victory?

Probably not quite yet, but it appears like we’re certainly heading in the proper path.

What will take place as we progress into even further stages of pandemic stays an uncertainty, and there may nevertheless be other unanticipated developments within just the province, elsewhere in Canada, or close to the earth. 

But for now, it appears that there are encouraging indications that all the endeavours of all individuals performing in B.C. health and British Columbian citizens carrying out their portion are paying out off.

Finally through the reopening strategy, the B.C. provincial point out of crisis, which was originally declared on March 18, 2020, will

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