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Fernie Welcomes Visitors SAFELY & COVID-19 Local Updates

Saturday • July 25, 2020

Fernie welcomes visitors including out-of-province visitors, but safely, please read below.

View images of just a few of our local businesses with safety top of mind.

BC is allowing both provincial and inter-provincial travel. BUT, we must all travel SMART and be respectful of local safety and business procedures. The Canada-USA border is still closed to all non-essential travel until at least the end of August, and is expected to remain closed into fall season. Please expect and respect the new safe ways of experiencing Fernie this summer and fall. We all love to travel and explore, and tourism is a very important industry for our community, so please feel free to contact us in your trip planning.

Tips on planning your visit to Fernie, BC this summer & fall.

To ensure the stop of spreading any cold, flu or viruses, including COVID-19:

  • Practice social / physical distancing - Stay 6 feet away from those not within your family or travelling unit.
  • Keep gatherings small - 6 adults or less
  • Wear a mask when you can't do proper distancing
  • Wash your hands frequently
  • Stay home or away from others when not feeling well
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough/sneeze
  • Don't touch your face with uncleaned hands.

Additional Links & Information:

Self-Assessment Tool

Update from the Elk Valley Doctors - July 20, 2020

BC's COVID-19 Tracker

BC's Dr Bonnie Henry's 8 Key Principles

City of Fernie

Fernie Fresh Food Share

Salvation Army Fernie - Facebook Page

Regional District of East Kootenay

Interior BC Health Authority

Regional News Source E-Know

Local Business Information & Support - Updates from the Fernie Chamber of Commerce

Canadian Government Support for Individuals & Businesses

BC Government Support for Individuals & Businesses

Elk Valley COVID Support Team

CDC's instructions on making DIY face coverings

About the Coronavirus.

BC Centre for Disease Control

HealthLink BC

Government of Canada Public Health

 

 

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