Are you in favor of bringing indoor meals back to British Columbia? – Poll – fr

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Are you in favor of bringing indoor meals back to British Columbia? – Poll – fr


British Columbia’s current list of restrictions on so-called “circuit breakers” will expire at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, May 24, including a ban imposed at the end of March on indoor dining at all restaurants in Canada. Province.

On Friday, May 21, BC Restaurant and Foodservices Association CEO and President Ian Tostenson told members of the industry that restaurants “may open Tuesday, May 25 for indoor dining.”

Tostenson was speaking through the BCRFA industry newsletter. He then advises restaurateurs, operators and employees to “revert to the protocols and restrictions that were in place on March 29, 2021” if they open their doors to customers on Tuesday.

However, while the specific public health ordinance relating to indoor meals was only put in place until the end of the Victoria Day holidays, during a press conference on Thursday 20 May Premier John Horgan and Provincial Health Administrator Dr. Bonnie Henry did not specifically do so. Explain what Tuesday could look like – and beyond – for businesses and individuals affected by the current restrictions.

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