Can I go out at all?

If you are quarantined – NO. Absolutely NOT. If you’re self-isolating, as of this writing, yes, you can go out. You can go for a walk – by yourself, with your dog or with people who live in the same household as you. You can go grocery shopping. You can…

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For more information

There’s a lot of unreliable information, false promises and just plain fake news about COVID-19 out there. Here are some reliable links. They will all open in a new window so you won’t lose your place here: BC Centre for Disease Control Government of Canada COVID-19 Guidance Documents Government of…

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What can I do?

There are three things you can do NOW. Self-isolate. Stay home; no coffee klatsches, back deck barbeques, visiting friends and family, birthday parties, Sunday dinners, going to choir practices or even church. Wash your hands. It’s easy. Do it often and do it right. Social distance yourself. If you absolutely…

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Why is COVID-19 so dangerous?

COVID-19 can kill you. Read that again. COVID-19 is easily spread from person to person by physical contact, coughing or sneezing. You can become infected by exposure to those coughs or sneezes or even by shaking hands. COVID-19 can also live on surfaces like metal, plastic and wood for anywhere…

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What does COVID-19 do?

There is no vaccine and no cure for COVID-19 yet. Its effects vary among individuals, ranging from none at all to mild flu-like symptoms to difficulty breathing and pneumonia. Serious cases can require hospitalisation and life-support measures and may still, sadly, result in death. Seniors are most at risk for…

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