The Upper Province is not free from the wave of new restrictions announced in Different provinces A few days before the holiday season.
If participants are vaccinated, indoor private meetings are limited to one house and 10 guests or another family.
Public events on New Year’s Day are canceled and large gatherings (1,000 people and more) are limited to 50% of the capacity of the venue.
For restaurants, moving between desks is not allowed, and wearing a mask on arrival and departure is mandatory. Also, all parties organized in restaurants are canceled, but they are open to the maximum capacity allowed.
In northern British Columbia, liquor sales are banned after 10pm and nightclubs are closed.
Vaccine passport is required for all organized cases regardless of their size. Chief Medical Officer of the Province Dr. Bonnie Henry urges retailers to put COVID-19 security plans in place for holiday sales.
The province also plans to expedite the verification of QR codes to ensure proof of vaccination in all systems.
New restrictions Announced Friday Effective until January 31st.
Authorities have not announced a ban on travel within the province, but recently Health Minister Adrian Dix Suggested that British Columbians should not travel If it is not necessary. Nationwide, Ottawa Advises against foreign travel, but it is not prohibited.
On Friday, British Columbia was still there 135 cases Of the Omigron variant. Provincial health officials are due to present their plan for the use of rapid tests on Tuesday.