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              October 14, 2022
              There has been an increase in overdose events in the community of Prince George. The reported substance has high amounts of fentanyl, tested positive for benzodiazepines, and is described as purple chunks being sold as down in the Prince George area. There are reports of heavy sedation and an increase in overdoses when the substance is taken.
              August 25, 2022
              There has been an increase in overdose events in the community of Fort St. John. The two reported substances are meth, clear or blue colour in crystal form, and crack, white/yellow colour in rock form. Both substances have tested positive for fentanyl.
              August 11, 2022
              To save lives, and help people who use drugs make informed choices, a new Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) drug checking machine is now operational in Prince George, in partnership with the POUNDS Project (Preventing Overdose UNDoing Stigma).

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              October 14, 2022

              As of October 11, flu season has officially kicked off. Here’s what you need to know when getting your flu shot this year.

              1. Flu shots are free and recommended for everyone 6 months and older

              With other respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 going around this fall, it’s important to protect yourself and others in your community by getting a flu shot – especially those who could get very sick, like young children and elderly people. The flu shot is free and recommended for everyone 6 months and older.

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