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CNN’s John King speaks to the crowd before moderating a debate between Republican presidential candidates on Feb. 22, 2012, in Mesa, Ariz. King exposed that he has numerous sclerosis on Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2021, all through a discussion of vaccine mandates on his “Inside Politics” exhibit. He explained to panel customers who surrounded him on the tv established that he’s grateful that they are all vaccinated towards COVID-19 due to the fact he’s immunocompromised.

NEW YORK — CNN’s John King disclosed in the course of an

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Today, active cases decreased in all regions except for Interior Health.

For the second time over the past week, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is reporting the lowest number of new cases out of the five health regions, and active cases continue to decline in the region as well.

Although VCH frequently followed behind Fraser Health for case numbers during much of the pandemic, case levels in VCH are lowering to levels somewhat closer to Island Health. Fraser Health is continuing to report the most new and active cases. 

At today’s B.C. COVID-19 briefing, B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry

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B.C.’s new case count neared 700 COVID-19 cases today while active cases remained level with yesterday.

Restrictions and health measures previously implemented in response to the Central Okanagan outbreak appear to be having some effect. Active cases numbers in the Interior Health region dropped over the weekend, and although they resumed rising earlier this week, today they sank once again.

Unfortunately, there are two new healthcare outbreaks, as well as 14 flights listed with potential exposures.

There’s also some news on the vaccination front.

In the wake of the province announcing its new B.C. Vaccine Card program that will be

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For a second consecutive day, the new case count has remained above the 500 case mark.

Active cases increased in three regional health authorities but remain about the same as yesterday in two others.

Today (August 12), B.C. provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix held a news conference to announce new public health orders about vaccinations for healthcare workers.

Meanwhile, Vancouver Coastal Health is launching a team of dogs that have been trained to detect COVID-19.

Dix pointed out that the provincial immunization program, which began in December, had an “immediate and dramatic” impact upon

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In this March 12, 2020, file image, a poster advertising “The Phantom of the Opera” is shown on the shuttered Majestic Theatre in New York. Broadway theatergoers will want to confirm they’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19 and masks will be demanded when theaters reopen in the coming months, producers introduced Friday, July 31, 2021.

NEW YORK — Broadway theatergoers will require to show they have been vaccinated for COVID-19 and masks will be demanded when theaters reopen in the coming months, producers introduced Friday.

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Now is the Countrywide Day of Mourning dedicated to all the life misplaced or altered by workplace ailment or injuries.

In accordance to a joint statement from B.C. Labour Minister Harry Bains and Leading John Horgan, 151 staff died over the previous calendar year thanks to perform-relevant injuries or sicknesses.

“COVID-19 has pushed everyone in B.C. to boost occupational overall health and security procedures and reduce risks, but there are hazards in the place of work outside of the virus,” Bains and Horgan mentioned. “This spring, we lost numerous workers in the span of a handful of shorter months due

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