"In the tug-of-war, Omicron has the advantage": BC enters new stage of the pandemic | FULL

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“We are in a different race, in a different storm now,” B.C.’s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry said Tuesday.

In the first COVID-19 update of 2022, Henry had a message for British Columbians – everyone has to take responsibility to keep everyone safe. It’s not just about following the health orders.

She said the Omicron variant is now responsible for 80 per cent of the cases in the province.

“It means we need to respond slightly differently to what we’ve been doing,” Henry added.

She said in the next few weeks, B.C. will likely be dealing with a lot of people who will need to stay home because they are sick and need to isolate themselves.

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