VULNERABILITY

ISN’T SEASONAL

Take two: restore masks to BC healthcare

VULNERABILITY
ISN’T SEASONAL

Help keep masks in BC healthcare

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Tell the BC NDP your priorities

Tell the BC NDP that COVID safety and clean air are key issues in 2024 – and that this includes masks in healthcare. (Includes example answers!)

A scattering of colourful printed postcards from DoNoHarm BC include slogans like Clean the Air, Hospitals should give care not Covid, and Be Kind (protect the vulnerable). Between them, postcard backs have hand-written messages to Health Minister Adrian Dix.

Send some Postcards for Public Health

Tell policy makers what’s what’s important to YOU! Share how lack of COVID safety impacts you and your community, using our free printable postcards or our online form.

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Restore masks to BC healthcare

Tell BC to keep and strengthen mask protections in healthcare. Vulnerability isn’t seasonal, and neither is COVID – that’s why we need to protect patients and healthcare workers year-round.

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BC Budget Recommendations

Read DoNoHarm BC’s 2024/25 provincial budget recommendations for pandemic resilience and economic recovery. Then email your MLA by December 15, 2023.

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Phone your MLA

Leave your representative a phone message telling them to support our budget recommendations, and invest in sustainable public health initiatives in 2024! Use our phone script by December 15, 2023.

A scattering of colourful printed postcards from DoNoHarm BC include slogans like Clean the Air, Hospitals should give care not Covid, and Be Kind (protect the vulnerable). Between them, postcard backs have hand-written messages to Health Minister Adrian Dix.

Postcards for Public Health

Harness the power of your personal story to highlight the impacts of abandoning safety measures. Demand change by writing to BC decision makers – and check out our campaign’s success so far!

About Us

We’re a non-partisan action group of British Columbians advocating for evidence-based safety measures in high-risk settings.