BC has extended its state of emergency through July 21.
BC extends state of emergency again
Published 4:26 PDT, Tue July 7, 2020
The provincial state of emergency has been extended through July 21, while measures that would allow it to be lifted seek legislative approval.
“We’re starting to see some restrictions lifting, but there are measures we need to keep in place to continue battling COVID-19,” said Premier John Horgan. “We will continue to take the necessary steps to make sure British Columbians are safe and that the most vulnerable people are protected, while experts work to find a treatment or vaccine.”
The current state of emergency was first declared March 18.
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