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Three COVID-19 deaths since Friday

Three COVID-19 deaths since Friday

COVID-19 still claiming lives, despite 78% vaccination rate
B.C.'s biggest health authority to launch COVID-19 clinic — at the beach

B.C.'s biggest health authority to launch COVID-19 clinic — at the beach

People over 12 heading to Cultus Lake outside Chillwack and Crescent Beach in Surrey can soon get vaccinated at the beach.
B.C. confirms 84 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 147,705

B.C. confirms 84 new cases of COVID-19, for total of 147,705

There are 729 active cases of COVID-19 in the province
B.C. administers five millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose

B.C. administers five millionth COVID-19 vaccine dose

Province records no deaths in two straight days for first time since October.
What are the 'golden rules' for B.C. residents and why do they matter? (INFOGRAPHIC)

What are the 'golden rules' for B.C. residents and why do they matter? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Here's everything you need to know about the 'golden rules' in B.C. this summer.
Everything you need to know about B.C.'s new rules for gatherings starting July 1

Everything you need to know about B.C.'s new rules for gatherings starting July 1

"But everybody needs to move at their own pace in this as well," said B.C.'s top doctor.
Here's why B.C. is ending the mandatory mask policy on July 1

Here's why B.C. is ending the mandatory mask policy on July 1

Premier Horgan said he will continue to wear a mask.
B.C. COVID-19 daily case counts fall to 29 – fewest since Aug. 4

B.C. COVID-19 daily case counts fall to 29 – fewest since Aug. 4

Province also sees declines in ICU patients and active infections.
Everything B.C. residents need to know about the new travel rules starting July 1

Everything B.C. residents need to know about the new travel rules starting July 1

Are you ready to travel outside of B.C.?
Table maximums, liquor restrictions to lift July 1 for B.C. restaurants

Table maximums, liquor restrictions to lift July 1 for B.C. restaurants

In Step 3 of B.C.'s 'restart plan,' restaurants, bars, and pubs will no longer have restricted hours for serving liquor or six person caps on tables.