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BC CMOH Dr Bonnie Henry implemented the return of mask warrants to interior spaces of the central Okanagan last week, and starting Friday, it is rolling out another layer of restrictions in the area.
From now on, nightclubs and bars will be closed unless they serve food. Restaurant patrons will now be limited to groups of six or fewer, and alcohol service is now suspended at 10 p.m.
High intensity gyms are no longer allowed to operate.
Vacation rentals will be limited to occupants, with a maximum of five visitors.
Anyone intending to visit the Okanagan is “strongly encouraged” to reschedule their appointment.
Restrictions on gatherings will begin on Monday, while the rest will take effect immediately.
At a press conference at the end of July, Henry warned the public “that there are consequences for people who are not immune”, adding that “this will be important for us as we head into fall. “.
“If you are in the Okanagan, the best thing you can do to overcome these restrictions is to get immunized today and encourage everyone in your life to do the same,” Henry said at the conference. Friday last minute press.
“This is how we take back the things we love and how we are with the people we love. “