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COVID 19 UPDATE as of April 5, 2022

Effective March 11, 2022, at 12:01 a.m., the following changes were made to public health orders:

  • Face coverings order: Face coverings will be optional for people in all indoor public settings. People may want to continue wearing a mask based on personal choice.
  • Gatherings and events for faith gatherings: The requirement of faith communities to restrict attendance based on vaccination status is no longer required.
  • Indoor common area mask requirements for employees as part of the Workplace Safety Order will no longer be required. Employers may choose to continue to require wearing masks for operational reasons or in certain settings. 
  • Overnight camps for children and youth order requirements: COVID-19 safety plans are no longer required to be submitted to a medical health officer for overnight camps.
  • Masks are encouraged on public transit and BC Ferries but are no longer required under public health order.

In addition, effective April 8, 2022, at 12:01 a.m., the following changes will also be made to public health orders:

  • Showing the BC Vaccine Card proof of vaccination to access non-essential events, services and businesses will no longer be required.
    • Individual businesses and organizations can choose to continue to require the BC Vaccine Card proof on their premises. We do not require proof of vaccine.
  • The remainder of the Workplace Safety Order will be lifted, which means businesses will transition back to communicable disease plans to reduce risk of all communicable disease.
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We encourage all of you to follow recommendations as provided by provincial health authorities, to reduce the likelihood of catching the virus, which includes:

  • get vaccinated when you can!
  • wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
  • cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing
    avoid others who are unwell
  • stay home when you are sick
  • avoid greeting with handshakes and consider greeting or acknowledgments hands-free, such as a wave
    the most important thing you can do to prevent coronavirus and other illnesses is to wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your face.

Please de-escalate any confrontational situations and if needed report the situation to the office by email or phone. We deeply appreciate your understanding and compliance with these guidelines.

For inquiries please email us if you need more information. [email protected]