This page will carry updates from official sources relating to travel and tourism in Kelowna and the Central Okanagan. Additional links are listed below to other sources of information, which are also being updated frequently.
The following public health orders are currently in place:
Additional details on the restrictions are available on the Government of BC website.
There is currently a Provincial Health Officer (PHO) Order in place which requires individuals (aged 5 and older) to wear masks in indoor public spaces.
As outlined on the Government of BC website, proof of full vaccination (two doses) requirement applies to the following businesses, services, and events:
Travellers to BC will also be required to show proof of vaccination:
The proof of vaccination requirement, which has been implemented through Provincial Health Officer Orders, will apply to both BC residents and visitors to the province who are 12 years of age or older. For more information about proof of vaccination and the BC Vaccine Card, please visit the Government of BC website.
If you are 12 years of age or older, you will need to be fully vaccinated in order to board:
In addition to the vaccination requirement, all existing mandatory pre-boarding and health requirements for passengers remain in place, including health check questions, and wearing masks inside airports and rail terminals, and while on board planes and trains.
All passengers must wear a mask throughout their entire travel journey except for brief periods while eating, drinking, or taking oral medication, or unless otherwise exempt. For more information about domestic travel, please visit the Government of Canada's website.
Please visit the Government of Canada's website to view the information and mandatory requirements for travellers entering Canada.