Canada has an influenza pandemic preparedness plan to help reduce the impacts on health, essential services and daily life. Provinces and territories have developed and are continually updating their own local preparedness plans, as are B.C.'s regional health authorities.
British Columbia continually works with provincial, national and international partners to plan, prepare for and respond to an influenza pandemic.
For more information on B.C.’s Pandemic Plan for the Health Sector:
- B.C. H1N1 Pandemic Influenza Response Plan (2009)
B.C. Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Plan: Guidelines for Planning, Response and Recovery
For more information on Canada’s Pandemic Influenza Plan:
Below find the links to the individual health authority pandemic plans:
- Fraser Health Authority
- Interior Health Authority
- Northern Health Authority
- Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
- Vancouver Island Health Authority
You can also link to individual Health Authorities by clicking here.