Friday, January 1, 2021

Tracking the response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus -- 2021



Our Archive of notes that began with what was once known as the Wuhan Coronavirus and re-named the COVID-19 Coronavirus.

Orders and Notices from British Columbia's Public Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry

Coronavirus Tracker map from John Hopkins University, Baltimore USA

BC-CDC website

BC Health Minister's Archive page

Government of British Columbia Facebook Video archive

Northern Health website
Northern Health Facebook page

Federal Government COVID-19 Outbreak page

Vaccine Roll out program for Northwest BC/Haida Gwaii


COVID TOTALS:
(As of October 15, 2021)

Provincial cases -- 196,433
Active cases -- 5,128 ( Down  220   from Oct 14)
New cases today -- 667
Total Northern Health Cases --   13,547
New Northern Health Cases -- 184 
Active Northern Health cases --  734   ( up  57  from Oct 14 )
Cases from Outside of Canada -- 233
Deaths -- 2,055
Currently Hospitalized -- 367
Recovered Patients -- 188,851

Total Vaccinations to Date -- 7,978,015
( Total for October 15  -- 47,341  








October





September


September 2 -- Northern Health New measures advisory (NH Statement)



August



July



June


May


April

April 15 -- Joint statement on BC's COVID-19 response

March

March 9 -- Prince Rupert COVID-19 Vaccinations   (NH info statement)

February

 
February 4 -- Enhanced safety measures for K-12 schools (BC Gov't statement)

January

October 1 -- 



Notes from the North Coast Review


October  


September



August




July



June

June 14-25 -- (Away from blogging, thus no updates ... see statements above for period)


May




April

April 13 -- Tuesday COVID data for BC brings dip in Daily totals, mixed messages on vaccine Supply NCR


March




February





January


For a wider overview of how the national and provincial media is following the story see our daily archives from our political blogs.

Ottawa Observations

Victoria Viewpoints





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