What we know — and don't know — about variants in B.C. right now

On Tuesday, the provincial government held its first press conference about COVID-19 in five days — and of the 12 questions asked by reporters, nine involved trying to find out more information about the impact of variants of the virus

Part of that is due to rising case counts across B.C., fuelled by various variants of concern. And part of that is due to a lot of information about the effects of the variants still being unknown.

Here’s what we can say. 

At what rate are the variants spreading in B.C.?

On December 27, the first case of a variant of concern was announced in B.C., and by March 1, the province

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