Island Health is notifying people who attended the Sticky Wicket Bar & Restaurant in Victoria between March 5 and 15, Foxy Box on March 16, BF Beautee on March 11 and The Fix Healthcare on March 14 and 16 about possible exposures to COVID-19.
To support directions around social distancing and to ensure laboratory staff and supplies are best positioned to respond to COVID-19, Island Health will temporarily adjust the hours at some outpatient labs across Vancouver Island and temporarily close others.
To support the Provincial Health Officer’s directions around social distancing and protect our residents, patients and staff from the transmission of COVID-19, Island Health has made the difficult decision to allow only essential visits to our facilities.
To support the Provincial Health Officer’s directions around social distancing and protect our residents, patients and staff from the transmission of COVID-19, Island Health wants to reinforce the importance of avoiding gatherings to limit the spread of this virus.
VICTORIA - Island Health is notifying people who attended three classes at the University of Victoria on March 12, those who attended the swimming pool at Saanich Commonwealth Place on March 12, and those who attended a kickboxing class as Saanich Commonwealth Place on March 15 about possible exp
To keep our patients, families and staff safe and in keeping with the provincial health officer’s recommendations for social distancing, Island Health is limiting the number of visitors entering our buildings, effective immediately.
Island Health is working in partnership with the Ministry of Health and the BC Centre for Disease Control to respond to COVID-19. While there are confirmed cases in the province, the risk to British Columbians and Vancouver Islanders remains low.
Marlene Rice, a wound care clinic client at Duncan Community Health Services on Ingram Street, says the recent addition of a third treatment room for wound care is a big benefit for clients and for nursing staff alike.