Remember what life was like this spring? It's time to start acting like that again, says Dr. Bonnie Henry, after active COVID-19 cases in B.C. spike to 1,386.
The increase in cases has been a nightmare for public health officials since it's so difficult to track down people and end the chain of transmission, so they've shut down nightclubs as of Tuesday, September 8.
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Dr. Bonnie Henry
"It is the time for all of us to cut back on our social interactions," said Henry, "this is what we all need to do now to reduce our risk of contracting COVID-19."
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Phase 2 started after May 18 and back then it was okay to have a "bubble" you could socialize with and after a wild summer, it's time to go back to a model like that.
During the Labour Day long weekend, Vancouver Coastal Health said there were three clubs on Granville Street where there had been close contact with people with COVID-19.