As we navigate through COVID-19 restart and recovery, we will update this post with resources on current provincial health orders and with resources to support businesses, as they become available.
Last updated on March 15, 2022. First published in May 2020.
The Government of BC continues to ease many of the province-wide COVID-19 restrictions. Last week, the mask mandate for public indoor settings was lifted. As of 12:01 a.m. on April 8, 2022, businesses will no longer need a COVID-19 Safety Plan and should instead follow a communicable disease plan; find out more on the WorkSafe BC website.
More information about the current province-wide restrictions and upcoming changes is available on the Government of BC website.
Orders of the Provincial Health Officer:
- March 10: Workplace Safety Order
- March 10: Gatherings and Events
- March 10: Food and Liquor Serving Premises
Visit the Government of BC website for additional PHO Orders.
- Destination BC
- WorkSafeBC Guides:
- BC Centre for Disease Control:
- BC's Hub for Workplace Mental Health
Arts & Culture
Meetings & Events
Restaurants and Foodservices
Tourism Industry Advisory Services
- Thompson Okanagan Tourism Resiliency Program: Provides complimentary one-on-one support to tourism businesses in the region.
Our Visitor Experience team is providing service at the Kelowna Visitor Centre while continuing to answer questions from visitors and locals by phone and through various online communication channels.
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