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April 25th 2022 Update

April 19th 2022 Update

March 14th 2022 Update

COVID-19 In BC March 11 2022 update. Mask Requirements are lifted. Overnight child and youth camp restrictions lifted, faith gathering restrictions lifted
COVID-19 in BC. Everyone is moving forward at their own pace. Be considerate of others

February 16th 2022 Update

Starting February 16 at 11:59 pm, many restrictions will be eased. With proof of vaccination and masks, these activities can return to normal.
Restrictions that are changing.
No more restrictions on indoor and outdoor personal gatherings
Full capacity allowed for:
Indoor and outdoor organized events
Indoor events at venues
Exercise and fitness, adult sports activities, tournaments and swimming pools
Full capacity and fewer restrictions in restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs:
No limits on table size
Normal liquor service hours
Customers don't have to remain seated
Dancing is allowed when wearing a mask indoors. 
Restrictions and safety measures that aren't changing
Restrictions and safety measures that remain in place will be reviewed in March and April 2022.
Masks required in all indoor public settings
Showing proof of vaccination to access many businesses, events and services
Businesses must have a COVID-19 safety plan
Restrictions on visitors to long-term care and assisted living facilities
Restrictions on worship services
Restrictions on child and youth overnight.

Starting February 16 2022 at 11:59 pm, many restrictions will be eased. With proof of vaccination and masks, these activities can return to normal.
Restrictions that are changing.
No more restrictions on indoor and outdoor personal gatherings
Full capacity allowed for:
Indoor and outdoor organized events
Indoor events at venues
Exercise and fitness, adult sports activities, tournaments and swimming pools
Full capacity and fewer restrictions in restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs:
No limits on table size
Normal liquor service hours
Customers don’t have to remain seated
Dancing is allowed when wearing a mask indoors.
Restrictions and safety measures that aren’t changing
Restrictions and safety measures that remain in place will be reviewed in March and April 2022.

Masks required in all indoor public settings
Showing proof of vaccination to access many businesses, events and services
Businesses must have a COVID-19 safety plan
Restrictions on visitors to long-term care and assisted living facilities
Restrictions on worship services
Restrictions on child and youth overnight.

Starting February 16 at 11:59 pm, many restrictions will be eased. With proof of vaccination and masks, these activities can return to normal.
Restrictions that are changing.
No more restrictions on indoor and outdoor personal gatherings
Full capacity allowed for:
Indoor and outdoor organized events
Indoor events at venues
Exercise and fitness, adult sports activities, tournaments and swimming pools
Full capacity and fewer restrictions in restaurants, bars, pubs and nightclubs:
No limits on table size
Normal liquor service hours
Customers don't have to remain seated
Dancing is allowed when wearing a mask indoors. 
Restrictions and safety measures that aren't changing
Restrictions and safety measures that remain in place will be reviewed in March and April 2022.
Masks required in all indoor public settings
Showing proof of vaccination to access many businesses, events and services
Businesses must have a COVID-19 safety plan
Restrictions on visitors to long-term care and assisted living facilities
Restrictions on worship services
Restrictions on child and youth overnight.

January 24th 2022 Update

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