I began composing this edition of The Arc on February 29, but I didn’t get very far in my writing before unimaginable events in Canada overtook my topic. This is how I began:
Can Being an Elder have meaning in our accelerated era?
Information from a study of COID-19 patients with mild cases, treated at the PLA General Hospital in Beijing, indicates that people should stay in isolation for a further two weeks after their last symptoms have disappeared.
Spring Break is over.
However, instead of returning to classes Monday, students remained at home as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing the BC government to close schools earlier in March.
School Districts throughout BC have been scrambling to prepare students what schooling will look like beyond Spring Break.
Before all amateur sports in the Heritage City were shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hume Innkeepers took care of some unfinished business by capturing the Nelson Men’s Indoor Soccer Championships at the Nelson Youth Indoor Facility on Cedar Street.
The Innkeepers defeated Whitecaps Prospects 11-5 in the Indoor Final.
The region’s decision makers will be coming together to chart the future course of regional transit and to determine how costs are handled for the multi-layered, district-wide service as it continues to evolve.
As the challenges caused by the COVID-19 outbreak continue to shift, the B.C. government and Dr. Bonnie Henry, provincial health officer (PHO), are taking unprecedented measures to slow the transmission of COVID-19, including in the retail food and grocery store sector.
In a media release Friday, the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary said the new Saddle Lake Dam Spillway in Area D / Rural Grand Forks is ready for the 2020 freshet.
Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.'s provincial health officer, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response in British Columbia:
“We are announcing 92 new cases of COVID-19 for a total of 884 cases in British Columbia.
The BC CDC says there are now 884 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in BC as of March 28, 2020.
Two points about the response of some people to the Covid 19 pandemic:
In the US, one decides one's response on the basis of party-political identification. I say this on the basis of polling by Pew Research.
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