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Mar 22 — Council to vote Monday on enhanced bylaw to provide for enforcement of emergency orders, limit spread of COVID-19
Businesses that remain open must ensure appropriate social distancing for staff and patrons, otherwise they will be closed and fined.
Parking lots at busy parks and beaches are closed due to insufficient social distancing. This includes Kits Beach, English Bay, and more.
The Park Board is closing its playgrounds across the city.
Mar 20 — City shuts down all restaurant table service, closes playgrounds, and creates dedicated COVID-19 task force
Today, the City of Vancouver is issuing an order to shut down all restaurant table service as of midnight on Friday, March 20, 2020.
This lets us do more to ensure we can maintain essential services and meet demands of Vancouver Coastal Health and other partners.
This is a Special Council meeting called by the Mayor under section 14.5 of the Procedure By-law. It'll take place at 10am on Thursday, March 19.
Mar 17 — City implements additional service closures, continues to review operations in response to COVID-19
Get details about changes to service counters, meetings, event permits, children's day camps, and more.
We're closing or limiting public access to a number of our facilities to curb the potential spread of COVID-19.
March 13, 2020 - Vancouver City Council met this week to hear and discuss a variety of topics.
Mar 13 — City announces further cancellations following Province’s order to restrict gatherings of 250 people or more as result of COVID-19
The City of Vancouver is currently reviewing all gatherings following yesterday’s announcement from the Provincial Health Officer.
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