BC - wide toxic drug alert - November 24, 2021

December 2, 2021

BC Provincial Emergency Alert - Emergency Response Across BC

The flooding/road closures may cause disruptions to the illicit drug supply across BC, which can increase toxicity and risk of overdose. There is no shortage of naloxone in BC and we are working to ensure distribution to sites across the province.

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