B.C.'s Response to COVID-19

Last updated: July 31, 2020 

We Are in Phase 3

A gradual return to smart, safe and respectful travel within B.C.

What's Happening in Phase 3

BC's Restart Plan takes a phased approach to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19



Government Support and Information

Good Times Guide

Help stop the spread. Follow Dr. Bonnie Henry’s guide and we can have a good time, safely

Transportation & Travel

Travel alerts, restrictions, and transportation options

K-12 Education

Return to school guidance, learning groups, information for school districts

Renters & Landlords

Residential tenancy information and guidance

Employment

Employment standards, including job-protected leave and temporary layoffs

Child Care, Children & Youth

Information for families, caregivers and service providers

Stay Safe in Emergencies

Emergency evacuee guidance and resources

Indigenous Peoples

Information and agencies to support Indigenous peoples in B.C

Mental Health

Virtual mental health programs and supports

People with Disabilities

Emergency measures and supports, community resources

Post-Secondary Education

Fall 2020 academic term, health and safety guidance, campus safety plans

Businesses

Re-opening, credit and financing, rent and wage support, changes to taxes and other resources


COVID-19 Health Information 

The British Columbia Centre for Disease Control is the best source for COVID-19 health information.

Think you might have COVID-19?

Take a self-assessment


Supply Products and Services to B.C. 

As worldwide demand increases, the B.C. government is looking for both medical and non-medical products and services to help with the response.

Are you a business that can supply products and services in support of B.C.'s COVID-19 response?

Learn about supplying products


Government Services Affected by COVID-19

Many government services are available online, by phone or by mail, to support physical distancing due to COVID-19. Some in-person services are temporarily closed or have reduced operations.

Contact Us

Talk to a Service BC agent about non-health related information and services such as:

  • Child Care
  • Travel restrictions
  • Business and funding support
 
 
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