[BCMA] B.C. prepares to safely move to Step 2 of its restart plan

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A press release <https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2021PREM0041-001155> from
the office of the Premier confirms that BC is ready to safely move onto
step 2 of our restart plan, beginning on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.

What does that mean? Public health safety protocols, such as mask-wearing
in all indoor public spaces and physical distancing, will remain in place
during Step 2. As well, personal indoor gatherings will be limited to five
visitors or one other household.

Moving from Step 1 to Step 2 includes:

   - B.C. recreational travel – non-essential travel ban lifted.
   Out-of-province non-essential travel advisory continues;
   - maximum of 50 people for outdoor personal gatherings;
   - maximum of 50 people for indoor seated organized gatherings (e.g.,
   movie theatres, live theatre, banquet halls) with safety plans;
   - indoor faith gatherings – a maximum of 50 people, or 10% of a place of
   worship’s total capacity, whichever number is greater – with safety plans;
   - maximum of 50 spectators for outdoor sports;
   - liquor service at restaurants, bars and pubs extended until midnight;
   - indoor sports games (no spectators) and high-intensity fitness with
   safety plans.

The earliest target start date for Step 3 is July 1, and Sept. 7 for Step

To learn more about all the steps of the Restart Plan click: here.


Lorenda Calvert
Programs Coordinator

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