- Northern Health online clinic and information line
- Official sources of information
- Updates from cities in the region
- Questions and answers
To the best of our knowledge, there are no presumed or confirmed cases with any connection to UNBC. We are ensuring strong prevention measures to support the health of our students, staff and faculty.
Practice social distancing – keep your distance from other people when practical.
As outlined by the BC Centre for Disease Control:
- Wash your hands regularly.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough, and cough into your elbow.
- Do not share food, drinks, utensils etc.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
Northern Health has launched a COVID-19 online clinic and information line to help answer questions and concerns from Northern BC residents.
Call 1-844-645-7811 for support.
British Columbia COVID-19 Dashboard
This comprehensive dashboard shows the latest statistics from the Provincial Health Services Authority and the B.C. Centre for Disease Control.
Visit these sites for more up-to-date information about coronavirus (COVID-19):
- World Health Organization
- Canadian Public Health Services
- B.C. Centre for Disease Control
- Health Link BC
- Northern Health
- COVID-19 Government of B.C. Support and Information
For patients on medication supplies
Are there confirmed cases at UNBC?
To the best of our knowledge, no, there are no presumed or confirmed cases with any connection to UNBC. We are ensuring strong prevention measures to support the health of our students, staff and faculty.
Do I need to wear a mask?
Some health-care practitioners will be wearing N95 masks and some members of our community may choose to wear them but they are not necessary for the general population. We ask the community to be respectful of those who choose to wear them.
Who can transmit the illness?
Any people who are experiencing symptoms of this disease may transmit the illness; it is not related to race or ethnicity. We all play a role in dispelling rumours that may lead to discrimination. It is important for people to check authoritative sources for information on coronavirus so that no person is targeted or subjected to discrimination resulting from any misplaced perception that they may be a carrier of a communicable disease based on their perceived race, ancestry or place of origin.