The risk of contracting coronavirus varies between people and places, which makes some British Columbians more likely to develop COVID-19 than others. There are a number of reasons for this, many of which are related to socio-economic factors, occupational hazards, and our personal behaviours. These personal risk factors can become amplified when we spend time in places that may also result in an increased risk of transmission. By scrolling through the maps on this page, you can see how the research team based at Simon Fraser University has been exploring these issues. These maps add important new insights into the ongoing dialogue about how to manage the COVID-19 pandemic in British Columbia and where policy and public health efforts should be focused.