B.C.'s vaccine passport requirement updated so 12-year-olds only need one dose
The government has promised to address an oversight in the B.C. Vaccine Card program that left some children excluded from movie theatres and restaurants after turning 12.
That's created problems for children who received their first dose of pediatric vaccine at age 11 – when they were exempt from the B.C. Vaccine Card system – and celebrated their 12th birthday before they became eligible for another shot.On Friday, the Ministry of Health acknowledged receiving reports of those kids suddenly being "blocked from entry" at various venues and businesses, and said the issue will be resolved through updated provincial health orders decreasing the requirement to a single dose for 12-year-olds.Read more: CTV News »
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Why shoot them up with something that doesn’t work Why so different from province to province Stop killing Canadians!! lol let’s just keep changing the rules from protection to good enough lol Evil, pure evil! Gross You guys are crazy. Shame on you. God sees everything, he knows that you are worshiping Evil.
The stupidity of moving goal posts continuously is astonishing. If they only need one for a passport then, medically speaking, majority don’t even need the shot at all. Disgusting How does that encourage vaccinations
B.C. reports 13 more COVID-19 deaths, 141 in intensive careB.C. health officials says 90 per cent of people 12 and older have received second shot of COVID-19 vaccine The pandemic ended a long time ago With 75000000 vaccinated shots 11000 booster shots you can see how it is working / not
Gross Children should not be blocked from anything! What kind of psychological damage is this causing our younger generations? The effects of this pandemic are going to last so much longer than the pandemic itself. Time to stand for our children and say no!! Stop the Genocide now !
Looking back on 2 years of COVID-19 in B.C.B.C. health officials look back on the two years since the province's first COVID case.
B.C. reports 9 COVID-19 deaths, new hospitalization record on pandemic anniversaryOn the second anniversary of B.C.'s first announced COVID-19 case, the province reported nine more deaths and a new record for test-positive patients in hospital. 😔😷 Why is the government making the vaccine mandatory? Are we switching to communism
Children who are severely immunocompromised should get 3rd dose of COVID vaccine, NACI says | CBC NewsChildren age five to 11 who are moderately to severely immunocompromised should get a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization recommends. Did you misread the report I believe this is for 12-17 year olds Old news…. nobody taking boosters anymore… shiat don’t work.. I prefer my child to have the option of a safe and healthy life and be able to have children in the future so no! When the Dr that created the MRNA vaccine says DON’T DO IT!!! I will listen to him and not you money hungry Great Reset following cronies!
Some unvaccinated Canadian travellers are still able to board a plane. Wait, what? | CBC NewsWith Canada's vaccine requirement for travellers, air passengers may presume everyone over 12 on their flight is fully vaccinated. But that’s not necessarily the case, as some travellers, such as unvaccinated Canadians flying home from abroad, are exempt from the vaccine requirement. All coming out now! The vaccine does zero to stop the spread. Until they have one that effects the infection and transmission rate in a meaningful way they are only an implement it government control. Thanks for telling us the exceptions to the rule. We don’t care. Don’t fill our feeds with BS at a time when there is a paid effort to undo the actions that cost us billions and our freedom to move around freely. Unvaccinated people are a danger. Period.
Currently, everyone 12 and older must be fully vaccinated to enter any settings that require proof of vaccination, including stadiums, gyms and skating rinks. That's created problems for children who received their first dose of pediatric vaccine at age 11 – when they were exempt from the B.C. Vaccine Card system – and celebrated their 12th birthday before they became eligible for another shot. On Friday, the Ministry of Health acknowledged receiving reports of those kids suddenly being "blocked from entry" at various venues and businesses, and said the issue will be resolved through updated provincial health orders decreasing the requirement to a single dose for 12-year-olds. "This change is aimed at fairness for this age group, while they are waiting for the recommended time to receive their second dose," the ministry said in a statement. The province only began vaccinating children between the ages of five and 11 on Nov. 29, and the recommended interval between shots is eight weeks. That means only children who received their first dose within the first few days of eligibility would be up for their second shot by now. So far, 51 per cent of children under age 12 have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Last week, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry also announced the B.C. Vaccine Card program, which was originally scheduled to last until the end of January, was being extended for another five months , citing the ongoing risks posed by COVID-19. "Even now with Omicron, some people are at much greater risk of hospitalizations and severe illness, and we need to bear that in mind," Henry said at the time. "The B.C. Vaccine Card program is specifically designed to address and mitigate those risks (and) allow us to keep certain businesses and activities open." The system is now scheduled to remain in place until June 30, unless the situation improves before then.