Thanks to over 90% of British Columbians who have done their part to make BC one of the most vaccinated jurisdictions in the world, we can continue a careful easing of restrictions.
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 camps
- K to 12 and child care safety guidelines
Restrictions that are changing:
Starting February 16 at 11:59 pm, many restrictions will be eased. With proof of vaccination and masks, these activities can return to normal.
- No 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
You can read more here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/info/restrictions