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BC Government Implements Changes to COVID-19 Guidelines: Masks, Proof of Vaccination

Submitted by Firm:
Roper Greyell LLP
Firm Contacts:
Gregory J. Heywood, James D. Kondopulos
Article Type:
Legal Update

Article by: Sabrina Anis + Sandra Guarascio

On March 10, 2022, the BC provincial government announced certain changes to its COVID-19-related restrictions. As of March 11, the provincial health order requiring face coverings (i.e. masks) was repealed, except as it applies to schools. Other measures announced include an easing of the requirement that faith communities restrict attendance based on vaccination status, and the requirements applying to overnight camps for children and youth.

In addition, the Provincial Health Officer announced the forthcoming lifting of other protective measures. Specifically, the government announced its intention to lift the BC vaccine card proof of vaccination requirement on April 8, 2022, and to make changes relating to visitors to long-term care facilities by March 18, 2022.

To read the full update see the link below:

COVID-19 Update – March 14, 2022


While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this article, you are urged to seek specific advice on matters of concern and not to rely solely on what is contained herein. The article is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.