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Federal model warning of variant-driven COVID-19 spike won’t change B.C.’s approach, officials say

Variants could bring ‘strong resurgence’ of COVID-19 if restrictions lifted, feds warn The report says if community transmission of variants is already occurring, and B.C.

were to adhere only to existing restrictions, there could be thousands of new cases a day by mid-March.“With a combination of strong public health measures AND strict adherence to individual precautions, we can prevent a resurgence,” the report reads.UBC professor of zoology and mathematical biologist Sarah Otto said the key to preventing that steep spike in infections is to prevent the variants of concern from transmitting freely in the community.“We should be trying to stop the variants from establishing in the community, and that requires us to do regular testing and.

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