Service Continues at Kelowna Visitor Centre:
Following a confirmed case of COVID-19 among a team member, the Kelowna Visitor Centre temporarily closed for a thorough cleaning and sanitization. We are in contact with public health and WorkSafeBC and any staff member who may have been exposed is self-isolating at home. The building is again open to the public, staffed with team members who were not directly exposed, and service continues with strong public health measures in place to protect our community and our team. Assistance and merchandise sales continue to be available online as well.
A reminder for those entering the Kelowna Visitor Centre:
Serving our community safely, doing our part to reduce transmissions, and protect our community is our priority. You can view our complete COVID-19 health and safety plan.
Thank you for your support and assistance allowing us to continue to safely serve our community. If you have any questions, please contact the Kelowna Visitor Centre team via the LiveChat bubble at the bottom of the screen, by phone at 250-861-1515 or email email@example.com.
A team member who worked on Friday, April 2, at the Kelowna Visitor Centre has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently self-isolating at home.
The health and safety of our staff and our community is our priority, and we have a thorough plan and protocols in place. To prevent transmission and to protect our community, the Kelowna Visitor Centre building will be temporarily closed to conduct an enhanced sanitary clean. Information, assistance, and merchandise sales (loveforkelowna.com) will continue to be offered online. Chat with our Visitor Experience Team via the LiveChat bubble at the bottom of the screen, by phone at 250-861-1515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As more information becomes available, it will be posted here on our website.
The response to the COVID-19 public health issue can evolve quickly. 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.
Province-wide, provincial health orders are in place for British Columbia and will remain in place until further notice, including recommendations to avoid all non-essential travel within and to the province of B.C. We support and appreciate the work being done to manage the public health issue and advise travellers to follow public health recommendations and guidelines. Click here for additional information on travel.