COVID-19 BC/Vancouver Updates
British Columbians who are worried they have COVID-19 need to phone their health-care provider or call the province's free HealthLink 811 line to find out if they are eligible for testing.
For updates from the BC government, follow their website or Twitter.
BC is offering provincial support and information at this website.
For updates from Vancouver's City Council, follow their website or Twitter.
City of Vancouver
Our plan for restarting our services and re-opening some facilities aligns with the phased approach as outlined in the provincial government’s plan and considers public health direction. Park Board community centres, fitness centres, and indoor and outdoor pools and other facilities, along with civic theatres and library branches, still remain closed. However, to date, some facilities have reopened and services have resumed including:
- VanDusen Botanical Garden
- Golf courses
- Tennis and pickleball courts
- Off-leash dog parks
- Parking lots at parks and beaches (not including Stanley Park and English Bay)
- Starting May 25, the Vancouver Public Library opened a computer lab in Central library’s Alice MacKay Room, offering 45-minute appointments for eight patrons at a time, with space for physically distancing