Current Status of B.C.

The response to the COVID-19 pandemic is changing very rapidly from day to day, here is the updated status of our province:

(Last Update: July 3rd, 2020)


️ Public Health Emergency declared, effective March 17, 2020. See written Provincial Health Orders here, however Dr. Bonnie Henry is also able to issue verbal orders with immediate effect.
️ Provincial State of Emergency declared, effective March 18, 2020 has been extended until July 7, 2020 (extensions are issued in 2-week increments).
🚨 Compliance & Enforcement: Violations of public health orders, quarantine orders, or restrictions against price gouging and profiteering can carry heavy fines and even jail time. Violations can be reported to your local government bylaw office (City NVan – District NVan – West Van), to your local police force through their non-emergency line, or via Consumer Protection BC (in the case of price gouging).
 BC Restart Plan is currently in Phase 3 of 4.


 Gatherings of more than 50 people are banned.!!
👨👩👧👦 You may now carefully expand your “social bubble” (i.e. allowing hugs between households if they agree to be in each others’ bubbles), keeping in mind that every person added impacts everyone in the bubble.
👩👩👦↔️👨👧👧 Gather in small groups of no more than six people, but continue to maintain your physical distance between social bubbles.
🌳 Outdoor gatherings are safer than indoor gatherings.
🤒 Self-isolate if you are sick, even if it is not COVID-19.
😷 Non-medical masks may be worn when keeping physical distance isn’t possible to help keep those around you safe.


Courtesy of Bowinn Ma, MLA for North Vancouver – Lonsdale