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Among the deaths is a child from the Fraser Health Authority under the age of two. "The tourism operator in that community will not book you", Horgan said. Those measures include cancelling or refusing to book reservations for people travelling outside their region, blocking camper vans and trailers from using BC Ferries, and road blocks similar to drunk driving checks to catch travelers outside of their health regions.

"They will be random and there will be a fine given to anyone traveling outside of their region without a legitimate reason". "They should be back in their home communities".

He added that there will be no additional authority given to police, "this will be a random audit, to ensure people are following the guidelines".

"Most importantly, I want people to think about those nurses and those care aides and those doctors and all of the people on our front lines who have been giving every single week, every single month, for over a year to keep British Columbians safe".

Cape Town fire burns university library, students evacuated
SANParks has called for immediate evacuation from all surrounding areas as the fire has been declared "out of control". According to the City of Cape Town, its fire and rescue service had been alerted to the blaze at 8.45am.

She says the child lived in Fraser Health and was receiving treatment at B.C. Children's Hospital in Vancouver. "We can not thank them enough".

In their last update, given Monday, Henry and Dix announced 2,960 more people tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.

On March 29, B.C. officials rescinded the health order variance they had offered to religious groups days earlier and banned indoor services, days before Holy Week and the start of four days of permitted indoor worship with up to 10 per cent of capacity or a maximum of 50 people.

In addition, AstraZeneca will also be used to curb transmission in communities with high caseloads, including Dawson Creek, to complement the pharmacy-based program.

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