Adrian Dix says BC has its own pandemic demands but will try to help in other ways and maybe take patients in the future. (Photo - BC Govt.)
Health Minister Adrian Dix says BC won't be taking any COVID-19 patients from Alberta as that province grapples with the highest number of cases in the country and braces for the possible collapse of its health-care system in just over a week.
Dix says BC has its own pandemic demands but will try to help in other ways and maybe take patients in the future.
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