//Questions and Answers about the Provincial Health Officer’s March 23, 2020 Update for Regulated Health Professionals

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Questions and Answers about the Provincial Health Officer’s March 23, 2020 Update for Regulated Health Professionals

 

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The College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) compiled questions and answers about Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry’s March 23, 2020 update for regulated health professionals.

To clarify, chiropractors must cease all in-person, non-essential services until such time as the Provincial Health Officer deems it is safe to resume.

The CCBC appreciates registrants’ questions on the Public Health Officer’s recent letter and other COVID-19 related matters. To better serve the public’s interest we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions for registrants as a reference guide.

As Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments are fluid and rapid, the CCBC is committed to sharing the most accurate information for registrants and the public as soon as possible.

The CCBC will issue further communications to registrants providing more guidance and information as it becomes available. Check the College website daily for updates, as the situation with COVID-19 is fluid. The CCBC will provide registrants with the most relevant and factual information available.

Thank you for your attention to this urgent and important matter. If you have any questions, please email registrar@chirobc.com.

Michelle Da Roza

Registrar

By | 2020-04-07T21:23:43-07:00 March 30th, 2020|CCBC News|0 Comments

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The College of Chiropractors of British Columbia is the regulatory body established by the provincial government, (1934), for the registration and regulation for chiropractic doctors in BC. Every doctor of chiropractic practicing in BC must be a registered member of the College. The College of Chiropractors of BC is part of BC’s Health Regulators.