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ROYAL PRINCE RUPERT, BC-Northern Health has expanded the public health orders that were put on all northern regions east of Kitwanga to stop the spread of COVID-19. An overall of 401407 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been provided in the Northern Health area.

British Columbia will have adequate vaccine for every single child aged five to 11, and we will be prepared to begin inviting kids to clinics throughout the province right after we get our supply of pediatric vaccines from the Government of Canada, Henry and Dix claimed in the statement.

While children go to a lower risk of extreme disease from COVID-19, it can still lead to major outcomes in some youngsters, consisting of hospitalization and long-lasting signs and symptoms, Henry and Dix stated. Since Wednesday, 90. 7 percent of qualified residents 12 and older have gotten a single shot, and 86. 9 percent have received both doses of a Health Canada accepted vaccine.

One of the most current report on community vaccination rates in Northern BC was released on Wednesday, and Fort St. John leads the Northeast with 78 percent of its residents with one dose and 69 percent with both dosages. Hudson's Hope and Fort Nelson both have 73 per cent with one dosage and 64 per cent two-dose coverage, however Hudson's Hope has not altered since last week. The Northern Health area composes 6 percent of BC's population however currently has 15 per cent of all active COVID-19 cases in the province.

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There were 78 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the Northern Health region on Friday, according to information launched by the BC Centre for Disease Control.

In a joint statement released on Friday, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix said the province will present its vaccination advocate more youthful kids asap.

British Columbia will have sufficient vaccine for every kid aged 5 to 11, and we will be ready to begin inviting children to facilities throughout the district not long after we obtain our supply of pediatric vaccines from the Government of Canada, Henry and Dix stated in the statement.

While kids are at a lower risk of serious illness from COVID-19, it can still lead to significant end results in some children, consisting of hospitalization and long-term signs, Henry and Dix stated.

British Columbia included 324 cases on Wednesday, relocating the active case count to 3380. Since Wednesday, 90. 7 per cent of qualified residents 12 and older have received a solitary shot, and 86. 9 per cent have received both doses of a Health Canada accepted vaccine. The most current report on community vaccination rates in Northern BC was released on Wednesday, and Fort St. John leads the Northeast with 78 per cent of its residents with one dosage and 69 percent with both dosages. Hudson's Hope and Fort Nelson both have 73 per cent with one dosage and 64 percent two-dose protection, however Hudson's Hope has not altered since recently. Another 2824 vaccine dosages were given since Friday, raising the total dosage count to 397210. The BC government presented a bill that would restrict objections at schools, healthcare facilities and vaccination centers.

Over the last few months, we've seen a small number of people opposing versus COVID-19 protective steps by obstructing access to health-care centers and schools, said Premier John Horgan.

Northern Health announced a COVID-19 exposure at Crescent Park Elementary in Dawson Creek.

* Please keep in mind that all text is machine-generated, we do not bear any responsibility, and you should always get advice from professionals before taking any actions.

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