June 28, 2022

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COVID-19 update for Aug. 26: This is the most up-to-date on coronavirus in B.C.

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“That may not be forever for me but we need to have to be truthful and understand that it is eternally for some of our inhabitants in prolonged-term treatment and assisted dwelling.”

9:15 a.m. – New exposures on flights to, from Delhi, Hong Kong, Amsterdam

Five additional B.C. flights to and from global and domestic towns have been additional to a COVID-19 exposure record.

The addition of those people flights, introduced Tuesday night, means an unique who later tested optimistic for COVID-19 was on-board. In some cases, row info is also furnished.

The five hottest flights incorporate:

• Aug 12: Air India 1143, Delhi to Vancouver

• Aug 14: WestJet 196, Victoria to Calgary

• Aug 17: Air Canada 106, Vancouver to Toronto, Row 20 to 26

• Aug 18: Air Canada 007, Vancouver to Hong Kong, Row 21 to 27

• Aug 21: KLM 681, Amsterdam to Vancouver

8:30 a.m. – Feds to give provinces $2B to bolster harmless reopening of colleges this fall

The federal federal government is offering up to $2 billion in additional funding to aid provinces and territories guarantee that youngsters can properly return to course this drop.

The income is on leading of $19 billion Ottawa has already promised provinces and territories to assist them cope with the continuing influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on their economies and well being-care units.

B.C.’s share totals $242 million.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau states children ought to be harmless in their lecture rooms and mom and dad should not be getting rid of slumber about this.

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The dollars will move by a new fund specifically for faculty reopenings and there will also be $112 million to assist educational institutions in First Nations communities.