The new phase allows you to travel non-essential in the province, and to the hotels, resorts, parks for camping-cars and other accommodations to resume their activities, as well as overnight camping.
“While we climb carefully to the dial of our business, we now seek to travel safely in the province,” said Horgan.
“But while we take to the road this summer, we need to remind ourselves that we don’t let COVID-19 behind us, and we must continue to do our part to bend the curve and protect the progress we’ve made. ”
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According to the D Bonnie Henry, officer of provincial health care, British Columbians must have a trip plan that allows them to distance themselves physically and other health tips.
The province said that if people feel sick, they should not travel.
“As for the other activities of our pandemic COVID-19, summer vacations and travel will be different this year,” said Horgan.
“We are asking British Columbians to respect the communities in which you go and do your research before your departure. We’re going to help people get the tools and information they need to navigate safely in this new standard. ”
Horgan said that the travellers should respect the opinions of travel from local to remote and isolated communities. The province is working with aboriginal communities to develop guidelines for communities who do not want visitors.
The province also makes a great effort to ensure that the film sector to return under the directives of health.
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