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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Help shape accessibility laws in BC

Help us get important safety priorities written into law – and make it harder for anti-safety measures (like mask bans) to pass in future.

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Analysis of BC’s new Paxlovid coverage

While we welcome approval of Pharmacare coverage, the eligibility guidelines leave much to be desired.

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Phone your MLA

Use our quick phone script to tell your representative we need masks back in BC healthcare – then call other key policy-makers while you’re at it!

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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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Postcards for Public Health

Share how lack of COVID safety impacts you and your community, using our free printable postcards or our online form.

About Us

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