Last Update: Oct. 24, 2021
British Columbia is currently under phase 3 of its Restart plan, a four-step plan on getting daily life in British Columbia back to normal. Restrictions are being lifted with caution as more of British Columbia opens up, with the possibility of moving to phase 4 once vaccination rates are high and case numbers are low. To help with this process, it is highly recommend for everyone to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
It is also recommended to have a BC Vaccine Card, as proof of having both vaccination doses is required to access non-essential services. This requirement will last until January 31, 2022 and could be extended. For domestic and international travel, a separate federal proof of vaccination will be required starting on October 30.
For more information about current restrictions, supports or about B.C.’s Restart plan, go to B.C’s official government website here. In addition, you can follow these official social media accounts for more information about the COVID-19 pandemic:
- Vancouver Coastal Health: @vch.healthtok
|CURRENT EMERGENCY STATUS|
|⛔️ New public health order, updated October 21, 2021. See written Provincial Health Orders here on details of new restrictions.|
|Summary of the public health order:
For other regions:
|🤒 Self-isolate if you are sick, even if it is not COVID-19.|
|🚨 Compliance & Enforcement: Violations of these public health orders, including not wearing a mask indoors, will result in a minimum fine of $230.|