• Jul 16, 2020

    Wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing this summer, please keep public health and safety top of mind.

    With hot summer weather in the forecast, people are beginning to spend time in Campbell River’s most popular locations for keeping cool.

    In particular, McIvor Lake and the Splash Park are becoming increasingly crowded, and the City is issuing an important reminder for everyone to keep a two-metre distance from people who are not members of their household – to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

    As more people expand activities outside their home, increase contact with other people, and travel, it’s up to all of us to follow all public health directions to keep our communities safe and healthy.

    Recent increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases in British Columbia indicate that no community is immune, and we must all act to prevent the spread of this virus. 

    Wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing this summer, please keep public health and safety top of mind.

    Big thanks to everyone for doing your part with:

      • handwashing
      • keeping your distance from people who aren’t part of your household
      • wearing a mask if you can’t maintain that recommended two-metre distance
      • and keeping your social bubble small, and activities safe.

     

Wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing this summer, please keep public health and safety top of mind.

by Tanya Wood | Jul 16, 2020

With hot summer weather in the forecast, people are beginning to spend time in Campbell River’s most popular locations for keeping cool.

In particular, McIvor Lake and the Splash Park are becoming increasingly crowded, and the City is issuing an important reminder for everyone to keep a two-metre distance from people who are not members of their household – to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As more people expand activities outside their home, increase contact with other people, and travel, it’s up to all of us to follow all public health directions to keep our communities safe and healthy.

Recent increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases in British Columbia indicate that no community is immune, and we must all act to prevent the spread of this virus. 

Wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing this summer, please keep public health and safety top of mind.

Big thanks to everyone for doing your part with:

    • handwashing
    • keeping your distance from people who aren’t part of your household
    • wearing a mask if you can’t maintain that recommended two-metre distance
    • and keeping your social bubble small, and activities safe.