The use of a new vaccine is authorized

First Pfizer and Moderna, now the AstraZeneca vaccine against Covid-19 is also licensed in Canada. Starting the second quarter of the year, 20 million doses of the vaccine will reach Canadian territory for people 18 years of age and older. This vacci


The Canadian government is still wary of another possible wave of COVID-19 following the February and March holidays. Some of the current measures to enter or leave the country include air restrictions to the most demanded destinations for Canadians,

Covid News- Vancouver

British Columbia reported 449 new cases of COVID-19 on February 11, along with nine additional deaths. The number of active cases held relatively steady at 4,317, while another 6,869 people were isolating due to possible exposure. According to B.C. h

B.C. extends its COVID-19 ban on gatherings and events on the entire province

The measures first came into effect on November 19, 2020, including a ban on indoor and outdoor private gatherings, community events, travel, and several adult sports. Since then, it has been extended three times, including the current one. Funerals

COVID-19 immunization program in British Columbia

The immunization program against COVID-19 seems to be going according to schedule in British Columbia.   During this first phase are receiving the vaccine residents and staff of long-term care facilities. Also, individuals assessed for and

Les grandes compagnies aériennes canadiennes annulent leur service aérien vers le Mexique et les Caraïbes

Les grandes compagnies aériennes canadiennes annulent leur service aérien vers les destinations soleil, y compris les Caraïbes et le Mexique à partir de ce dimanche jusqu’au 30 avril, a annoncé le premier ministre Justin Trudeau.   Les c

Major Canadian airlines suspending flights to Mexico and the Caribbean

Major Canadian airlines are cancelling their air service to sun destinations, including the Caribbean and Mexico starting this Sunday until April 30, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced. The airlines, including Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing, and A

Covid-19 Vaccine. Reactions, concerns and government response.

As the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines proceeds across Canada, federal, provincial and territorial authorities work closely together to monitor vaccine safety.   The number of British Columbia people who received their first dose of the Pfizer or Mode

Tracking the Covid-19

Is the coronavirus pandemic getting better or worse? Last week, Canada reported more than forty-five thousand new cases of Covid -19.  It is still a large number but represents good news since the data gathered shows a decrease of 19% compared w

COVID-19 testing for air travelers coming to Canada

The Government of Canada introduces a new measure to prevent further introduction and transmission of COVID-19. All passengers five years of age or older will need a test for COVID-19 before travelling to Canada. The Minister of Transport, Honourable