"Even if the pandemic virus spread were to stop today, we still have tens of millions of people suffering Long Covid and that's a parallel pandemic that is happening, which is getting a lot less attention than the acute and severe Covid, even though the cost to lives and the quality of lives that these people have to live with are very limited." -- Professor Akiko Iwasaki, Yale Immunologist, Long Covid Researcher and Advocate

Dr. Rae Duncan, UK Cardiologist and Long Covid researcher, shares her thoughts on how schoolchildren are not being adequately protected from COVID-19 infections and their health impact.

Being a family physician is always challenging. It has become even more challenging during the ongoing COVID pandemic, which is now compounded by a seasonal flu epidemic and the multiple other viruses circulating in our community. Here is a glimpse of what my days in the office have been like recently.

Share This "A true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members."Mahatma Ghandi At the September 28th BC Covid update, BC Health Minister Adrian Dix announced that in order to increase the in-hospital capacity with 1500 surge beds for impending COVID and influenza cases, patients would be “decanted”… Continue reading The Most Vulnerable People in B.C.

Share This: Protect our Province BC calls for the immediate resignation of Dr. Henry and a review of the entire leadership of BC Public Health, who have participated either directly or indirectly in the deception with regards to Covid infection risks in schools. The joint Burnaby Beacon and Capital Daily’s article is damning. It comes… Continue reading Press Release: PoP BC Demands the Resignation of Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry, Health Minister Adrian Dix; Immediate reinstatement of COVID protection measures in all BC Schools

There is a lot of confusion about boosters these days. Which one? When? Should I wait for the ‘best’ one? Should I bother? We took a deep dive to try to answer these questions.

What is “positive deviance”, and how can we learn from “positive deviants” about reopening schools safely?  The practice of “positive deviance” was first developed in the 1990s to address childhood malnutrition in rural Vietnam. Rather than focusing on the malnourished children, attention was turned to those who were not actually malnourished even though their families… Continue reading Who are the “positive deviants” among us?

Open Letter to Premier John Horgan, Health Minister Adrian Dix, Acting PHO Martin Lavoie and Executive Lead BC COVID-19 Immunization Program Dr. Penny Ballem Protect Our Province BC is calling on BC public health and political leaders to make the 4th dose of Covid vaccine available now to everyone 12 years old and older in… Continue reading PopBC calls on BC Public Health to offer 4th doses to everyone 12 and over

BC has been and continues to be an outlier when it comes to COVID-19 pandemic management. Why? BC’s public health approach to the pandemic has differed from other provinces in many ways: from limited to poor data to no data at all, the worst excess mortality rate of all provinces, late first booster shots, and… Continue reading Saving Lives, or Saving Vials?

It’s been over two months since BC joined a growing number of jurisdictions around the world that have thrown caution to the wind, embracing the public health approach that the Koch-funded authors of the Great Barrington Declaration have been pushing for all along. Why should we try to contain the spread of COVID-19, the authors… Continue reading After the Great Barrington Declaration, the Great Bewilderment Declaration