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COVID-19 exposure at Richmond elementary school: VCH

COVID-19 exposure at Richmond elementary school: VCH

Vancouver Coastal Health has added Henry Anderson elementary to its online list of school exposures
COVID-19: B.C. reports 582 new cases ahead of Christmas

COVID-19: B.C. reports 582 new cases ahead of Christmas

New cases come as first Moderna vaccine doses arrive in Canada
Richmond COVID-19 testing site open over the holidays

Richmond COVID-19 testing site open over the holidays

Richmond Hospital Walk-In Collection Centre will be closed for holidays.
How a 'slight' change in B.C.'s vaccine rollout may get more people inoculated

How a 'slight' change in B.C.'s vaccine rollout may get more people inoculated

The goal now is to administer the first dose to 549,000 British Columbians and the second dose to 240,000 people by the end of March.
LifeLabs confirms that Santa has tested negative for COVID-19

LifeLabs confirms that Santa has tested negative for COVID-19

Santa and team have been cleared for international travel ahead of Christmas
Strict health orders helping bend COVID curve in B.C., but numbers still rising

Strict health orders helping bend COVID curve in B.C., but numbers still rising

Province announces 518 new cases, for total of 48,027, and 19 new deaths
1 of Richmond Hospital's 3 COVID-19 outbreaks declared over

1 of Richmond Hospital's 3 COVID-19 outbreaks declared over

Outbreak protocols in the 3 South medical unit were lifted earlier this week
COVID-19 outbreak declared at another Richmond care home

COVID-19 outbreak declared at another Richmond care home

One resident was tested positive for the virus at Minoru Residence.
B.C. places 15% cap on fees charged by meal-delivery companies

B.C. places 15% cap on fees charged by meal-delivery companies

The 15% cap on fees charged to restaurants goes into effect on December 27
Grants to help boost Richmond, B.C. tourism industry

Grants to help boost Richmond, B.C. tourism industry

The provincial government is giving $105 million in grants to keep the tourism industry, which is worth about $2 billion in Richmond, afloat.