News & Updates

VAC Meets 
Club Meets are back on but on an invite basis only. You now must now preregister for meets in order to come. You can sign up for meets visiting our Meets and events section and filling out the forum. From there you will receive an email with details after that.
Emails are sent every Tuesday for meets.

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COVID-19 Update 

Tips to help prevent and or Stop spreading the virus


**If you do not feel 100% DO NOT!!! go out, if you have Covid-19 YOU WILL spread the virus… please be smart with this.. if you aren’t feeling like you could run a marathon… STAY HOME! You may think “It’s just a flu i will be fine”.. but what about your dad? your mother.. Your retired uncle… a Grandma… the ones who’s immune systems already have issues fighting the common cold… They might not come out of it… or struggle to stay on top.
If we come together as a community we can combat this and become stronger as a whole in the end!**

  1.  Wash your hands with SOAP covering both hands front to back for at least 20 seconds and multiple times a day (this should be an easy one)Soap is the most powerful cleaner when used properly.The virus can not survive soap as soap breaks apart fatty acids where the virus lives.By scrubbing your hands for 20 seconds you are breaking apart the virus and washing away all bacteria on your hands
    **Wash your hands as if you just cut up Jalapeno peppers and you are about to put contacts in**

  2.  Use a Tissue for coughs and sneezes and avoid touching your face, the virus can enter your body through your eyes!

  3. Think about the last thing that touched where you just touched that you are now spreading on your face aka the virus..

  4.  Social distancing (No hugging, No Handshakes)

  5. Social distancing is to help slow the virus infection to help relief the tension on our medical system. If we all keep our distance we can combat this once and for all. If we do not do this… this virus will travel the world and decimate the human race one by one by one..  It’s not easy but we have no choice! We can get through this!

BC Phase Two

  • Restoration of health services
    • Re-scheduling elective surgery
  • Medically related services:
    • Dentistry, physiotherapy, registered massage therapy, and chiropractors
    • Physical therapy, speech therapy, and similar services
  • Retail sector
  • Hair salons, barbers, and other personal service establishments
  • In-person counselling
  • Restaurants, cafes, and pubs (with sufficient distancing measures)
  • Museums, art galleries, and libraries
  • Office-based worksites
  • Recreation and sports
  • Parks, beaches, and outdoor spaces
  • Child care

Increased socializing
People will be able to slowly expand their social circle to a few friends or extended family members, but to stay in groups of only two to six people, on the Victoria Day long weekend, starting May 16. 

BC Phase Three – Where we are now

People can take part in smart, safe and respectful travel within B.C. Remember, international travelers returning to B.C. are required by law to self-isolate for 14 days and complete a self-isolation plan.

The BC Restart Plan takes a phased approach to reopening. This allows sectors and activities within the phases to open when the evidence and data tells us the time is right, and as protocols and guidance are in place for them to do so safely.

 

50 New Cases in BC

29 New Cases in BC

41 New Cases in BC

23 New Cases in BC

24 New Cases in BC

27 New Cases in BC

30 New Cases in BC

34 New Cases in BC

30 New Cases in BC

102 New Cases in BC

21 New Cases in BC

13 New Cases in BC

21 New cases in BC

25 New Cases in BC

20 New Cases in BC

 18 new cases in BC

12 new cases in BC

31 New cases since Friday

BC 13 new cases

319 new cases and 21 new deaths
BC
13 New Cases 


501 new cases and 27 new deaths
BC

24 New Cases 
3 Deaths 

67 new cases and 24 new deaths

 

286 new cases and 25 new deaths

BC
12 New Cases 

 

668 new cases and 44 new deaths

BC
26 New Cases 

218 new cases and 6 new deaths

238 new cases and 8 new deaths

172 new cases and 4 new deaths

BC
10 New Cases 
1 Death 

380 new cases and 20 new deaths

BC
20 New Cases 
2 Deaths 

279 new cases and 30 new deaths

BC
14 New Cases 
1 Death 

326 new cases and 18 new deaths

BC
13 New Cases 
1 Death 

300 new cases and 6 new deaths

BC
32 New Cases 
1 Death 

318 new cases and 20 new deaths

 

390 new cases and 64 new deaths

409 new cases and 46 new deaths

BC
7 New Cases 

367 new cases and 46 new deaths

BC
8 new Cases 

 

386 new cases and 41 new deaths

19 New Cases 

320 new cases and 38 new deaths

BC
11 New Cases 

360 new cases and 29 new deaths

BC
36 New cases 

377 new cases and 39 new deaths

 

467 new cases and 58 new deaths

BC

16 New Cases 
1 Death
10 Recovered 

Count
Cases 2,669
Active 183
Tests  159,995

413 new cases and 55 new deaths

BC
14 New cases 

405 new cases and 34 new deaths

BC
14 New Cases 

472 new cases and 63 new deaths

BC
12 New Cases 

409 new cases and 62 new deaths
BC

10 New Cases 

545 new cases and 35 new deaths
BC
29 New Cases 
0 Deaths 

642 new cases and 27 new deaths

722 new cases and 70 new deaths

 

609 new cases and 66 new deaths

641 new cases and 139 new deaths

BC
9 New Cases
0 Deaths 

675 new cases and 103 new deaths

BC
22 New Cases
1 Death

705 new cases and 69 new deaths

BC
4 New Cases
0 Deaths 

758 new cases and 31 new deaths

BC
24 new cases 
1 Death 

757 new cases and 222 new deaths


772 new cases and 94 new deaths 
BC
11 New Cases 
0 Deaths 
11 Recoveries 

906 new cases and 102 new deaths
BC

4 New Cases 
0 Deaths 
17 Recovered 

993 new cases and 112 new deaths
BC

9 New Cases 
2 Deaths 

872 new cases and 126 new deaths
BC

9 New Cases 
1 Death 

936 new cases and 94 new deaths
BC

11 new Cases 
0 Deaths 

1,012 new cases and 121 new death
BC
12 New Cases
4 Deaths 

1,078 new cases and 69 new death


1,141 new cases and 105 new deaths
BC

10 New Cases 
2 Deaths 

Count
CANADA
84,699 Cases

6,424 Deaths 

BC
2,517 Cases
157 Deaths 

Washington
20,595 Cases 
1,086 Cases 

Whatcom County (Bellingham)
369 Cases 
36 Deaths 




1,156 new cases and 98 new deaths
BC
18 New Cases 
3 Deaths 

1,182 new cases and 121 new deaths
BC

12 New Cases 
3 Deaths 

1,030 new cases and 119 new deaths
BC

21 New Cases 
3 Deaths 

1,040 new cases and 70 new deaths
BC

2 New Cases 
3 Deaths 

1,070 new cases and 60 new deaths

BC
16 New Cases
2 Deaths 

1,138 new cases and 103 new deaths

1,251 new cases and 117 new deaths
BC

21 New Cases
1 Death 

1,212 new cases and 90 new deaths
15 New Cases

5 Deaths 

1,123 new cases and 170 new deaths
BC
15 New Cases
3 Deaths 

1,121 new cases and 133 new deaths
BC

16 New cases 
1 New Death 


1,176 new cases and 176 new deaths
BC
7 new cases 
1 Death 

1,133 new cases and 123 new deaths
BC
23 New Cases
1 death 

Up to date Totals
Canada
Cases: 69,981
Deaths: 4,993
Recovered: 32,994

BC Count 
Cases: 2,353
Deaths: 130
Recovered:1,719

Washington
Cases: 17,890
Deaths: 953
Recovered: 3,718
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/usa/washington/

1,146 new cases and 177 new deaths

1,268 new cases and 124 new deaths
BC

15 New Cases
2 Deaths 

1,512 new cases and 161 new deaths
BC

29 New Cases
1 Death 

1,426 new cases and 176 new deaths
BC

33 New cases
2 Deaths 

1,357 new cases and 180 new deaths
BC
23 New Cases
3 Deaths.

– The next phase of British Columbia’s COVID-19 response will allow residents to host a small group of friends for dinner, get a professional haircut, and play low-contact sports.

1,274 new cases and 189 new deaths
BC
8 new Cases 
our LOWEST count since mid March! 

1,298 new cases and 172 new deaths
BC

53 New Cases
2 Deaths 

2,760 new cases and 116 new deaths

1,653 new cases and 175 new deaths
BC

26 New Cases
2 Deaths 

1,825 new cases and 207 new deaths
BC

33 New Cases
1 Death 


1,639 new cases and 188 new deaths
BC
25 New Cases
2 Deaths 

1,571 new cases and 137 new deaths
BC

34 New Cases
4 Deaths 

1,526 new cases and 152 new deaths
BC

55 New Cases
2 Deaths 

1,605 new cases and 147 new deaths
BC

50 new cases
3 deaths 

1,541 new cases and 95 new deaths

1466 new cases and 163 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,948
Deaths: 598

1778 new cases and 155 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,853
Deaths: 596

1920 new cases and 173 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,824
Deaths: 592

1768 new cases and 140 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,795
Deaths: 588

1593 new cases and 144 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,724
Deaths: 585

1773 new cases and 103 new deaths
BC
Cases: 1,699
Deaths: 584

1673 new cases and 117 new deaths
Cases:
35,056
Deaths:
1,587
Recovered:
11,843

BC
Cases:
1,647
Deaths:
579
Administered:
60,668

USA 
Cases:764,265
Deaths:40,565
Recovered:71,012

Washington
Cases:
11,790
Deaths:
634

1456 new cases and 160 new deaths

1821 new cases and 115 new deaths

British Columbia announced 43 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths. The province also adjusted its previous number of recoveries, lowering the total by 17.

1727 new cases and 185 new deaths

April 15th, 2020
1316 new cases and 107 new deaths

1383 new cases and 123 new deaths

1297 new cases and 63 new deaths

1065 new cases and 64 new deaths

1170 new cases and 84 new deaths

1383 new cases and 60 new deaths
Cases: 22,148
Deaths: 
569
Recovered:
6,013

1327 new cases and 82 new deaths

1230 new cases and 58 new deaths

1155 new cases and 43 new deaths

1600 new cases and 49 new deaths

1537 new cases and 23 new deaths

1092 new cases and 35 new deaths

1552 new cases and 59 new deaths
Cases: 
11,283
Deaths: 
173
Recovered: 
1,979

1119 new cases and 13 new deaths

March 31st, 2020
26 new cases and 3 new deaths

March 30th, 2020
1128 new cases and 24 new deaths

March 29th, 2020
665 new cases and 5 new deaths

884 cases in BC

March 28th, 2020
898 new cases and 5 new deaths

March 27th, 2020
714 new cases and 16 new deaths
Cases: 4,757
Deaths: 55
Recovered: 354

March 26th, 2020
634 new cases and 3 new deaths

March 25th, 2020
617 new cases and 10 new deaths

March 24th, 2020
701 new cases and 2 new deaths

March 23rd, 2020
621 new cases and 4 new deaths

Cases: 2,091
Deaths: 24
Recovered: 320

March 22nd, 2020

142 new cases and 1 new death

March 21st, 2020

241 new cases and 7 new deaths  

March 20th, 2020
214 new cases in Canada (77 New cases in BC)
Total 

ActiveRecoveredDeceased
10611413*

March 19th, 2020
146 new cases and 3 new deaths (40 New cases in BC)

March 18th, 2020
129 new cases and 1 new death (45 New cases in BC)

March 17th, 2020
157 new cases and 4 new deaths (83 New cases in BC)
BC Declares State of Emergency
All schools closed 

March 16th, 2020 **ALL MEETS CALLED OFF**
We have canceled all meets going forward until this Virus outbreak is tamed. Our guess is about a month.. We hope everyone stays safe during this time!
100 new cases (30 new cases in BC)  
Canada shuts its borders to all foreign nationals except U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urges people to stay at home

For Health-related concerns
Call HealthLink BC at 811
or
the Federal hotline for COVID-19 at 1.833.784.4397

For more information visit 
– Fraser Health Authority 
http://Fraserhealth.ca 
– BC Centre for Disease Control 
http://bccdc.ca
– Public Health Agency of Canada
http://canada.ca/publichealth
For up to date counts
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/
CTV News Live Tracker 
https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/tracking-every-case-of-covid-19-in-canada-1.4852102