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Interior Health 29m
Advice on health & safety precautions for residents returning home after flooding.
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Interior Health 48m
Our Castlegar & District Hospital Auxiliary is celebrating a big anniversary this weekend – we thank them for their 60 years of great service and amazing fundraising efforts! Learn more about what they’ve been up to lately: .
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Interior Health 2h
We just launched a new interactive drinking water advisory map. Visit , type in your community, and get to know what’s happening with your water. For more information go to
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Interior Health 5h
Remember to remove items in your house damaged by floods like carpets & furniture that can cause mould! Mould has health risks including allergies. Stay safe and find more information at:
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Interior Health 17h
Washing, sanitizing & cooking is not enough to kill bacteria present in food & water after a flood. Make sure to avoid use of all food & water contaminated by floods! The BC Guide to Disaster Recovery can provide more information.
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Interior Health 20h
Once you are able to return to your home, don’t eat food that may be contaminated by flood water. If in doubt, throw it out! For more information regarding food safety after a flood visit
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Interior Health May 23
An update on health services in #Boundary#GrandForks, including re-opening of community health centre today.
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Interior Health May 22
Taking a closer look at the Shuswap Hospital Foundation. @ShuswapHospitalFoundation
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RebootCommunications May 22
welcomes Chris Mazurkewich, President & CEO, Interior Health, as a speaker! Register now @
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Interior Health May 21
Watch your children closely! Be sure not to let them put their face in the water or drink any water while playing during an advisory. Visit for more information.
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Interior Health May 21
Always remember to avoid fast flowing water like streams and rivers! Even the strongest swimmer can be overwhelmed by unpredictable water conditions. Visit for more information.
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Interior Health May 21
Are you using a private water system? Your drinking water needs to be tested! Even if you are not feeling sick and you can’t see or taste anything, your water may be unsafe. For more information visit:
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Interior Health May 20
Remember that water for any use, even washing dishes or brushing your teeth could be contaminated by disease causing agents like E. coli. During or after a flood use caution and test your water! Find advisories in your community at
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Interior Health May 20
IH Health Protection talks about resources after flood for residents returning home.
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Interior Health May 20
Advice from IH Health Protection to residents on returning home after a flood.
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Interior Health May 20
Remember not to swim in areas near septic systems that could have been damaged by flooding. Keep your family safe & be aware of your surroundings! Visit for more information.
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Interior Health May 20
Interior Health is sharing health and safety precautions for residents returning home after flooding.
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Interior Health May 20
During a water advisory do not ingest water & avoid putting your face in the water. Even a small amount of harmful bacteria can be dangerous. Visit for more information.
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Interior Health May 19
Drinking water can be contaminated by flooding. If you have experienced flooding, or fear that your water may be affected, check for water advisories in your area at:
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Interior Health May 19
Don’t forget to wear a life jacket while out on the water this weekend! Large hazards like debris from flooding can increase your risk of being trapped or drowning. Visit for more information.
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