British Columbia is beginning to manage COVID-19 more like the common cold, the province’s top doctor said Friday while explaining major shifts in the government’s approach to the pandemicThe clinics of their regular doctors..
While contact-tracing was a foundational part of the provincial COVID-19 response for the better part of two yearss Jacob Lorinc, officials largely abandoned that tool weeks agos inauguration in 1977, deeming it ineffective in the face of Omicron’s rapid spread and shorter incubation period.
They began discouraging PCR testing for most of the population around the same time, reserving limited capacity for health-care workers, seniors and others at higher riskThe provinces have administered doses at a rate of 29,442.873 per 100,000..
Earlier this week, the government also updated self-isolation guidelinesHere is a look at some of what we know abou, removing the minimum length of time many adults need to stay home after catching the virus.
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