Councillors approved the 2022/23 budget and discussed the future of the Nest’s mask mandate at last night’s 6.5 hour-long AMS Council meeting.
According to a report issued by the University Neighbourhood Association (UNA), concerns put forth by residents of Wesbrook Village led the UBC Development Board to defer the project and the UNA to withdraw the project application.
The AMS has released a statement expressing solidarity with Palestinian students and condemning the Israeli State for its “system of apartheid and its occupation of Palestine.”
Some faculty members are concerned about the UBC Faculty Association's approach to transparency after two motions on the issue were barely discussed at last week's Annual General Meeting last week.
Notably, BCCDC data only includes cases recorded via publicly-funded PCR tests, which are only available to immunocompromised or unvaccinated individuals.
From March 11 to 17, the UBC neighbourhood recorded just three new cases of COVID-19, down from seven cases last week, however, these are just cases recorded on PCR tests.
The COVID-19 testing positivity rate at UBC has slightly increased, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
The prevalence of COVID-19 at UBC has continued to gradually decline, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
According to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control, 9 new cases were reported in the UBC neighbourhood between February 15–21, down from 18 in the previous week.
A strikingly low number of PCR tests are being conducted in the UBC community health service area.
The COVID-19 testing positivity rate at UBC has decreased since its record high last week, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
Test positivity in the UBC community health area reached a record high of 56 per cent this week, surpassing the previous record of 43 per cent in mid-January.
The BCCDC is reporting a 36 per cent positivity rate for the UBC community health service area between January 18 and 24.
The BCCDC has reported a 43 per cent testing positivity rate between January 11 and January 17, a three per cent increase from the previous week.
The UBC community health area has begun 2022 by recording its highest rate of COVID-19 test positivity since the BCCDC began releasing this data.
According to new data just released by the BCCDC, the UBC neighbourhood saw eight cases of COVID-19 from December 7 to December 13.
The UBC neighbourhood saw 8 cases of COVID-19 between December 3 and 9, according to new data released by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
The UBC neighbourhood saw an average of five daily cases per 100,000 residents from November 23 to November 29.