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B.C. may be losing its reputation for orderly control of COVID-19 as cases surge among young people. Experts say the province is doing well overall, but case numbers need to start switching direction again.

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B.C. losing reputation for controlling COVID-19

B.C. may be losing its reputation for orderly control of COVID-19 as cases surge among young people. Experts say the province is doing well overall, but case numbers need to start switching direction again.

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