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BCCDC releases map of risk areas where people could contract Lyme disease

Campers stand at the edge of the water at sunset watching the stars come out, with the CanLyme logo floating in the foreground.

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control has updated its information on Lyme disease in the province.

A Facebook post shows a map of the province and includes the areas the BCCDC considers ‘high-risk’ Lyme disease zones.

“It’s certainly an update, and contradicts much of what doctors have been telling patients throughout the province for years,” said Jim Wilson, president and founder of the Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation.

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