The province also announced it will roll out a spring booster vaccine program for seniors in long-term care and assisted living facilities. 
The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) has updated its policies in response to the latest provincial health officer orders.
The BC Vaccine Card requirement will be lifted April 8.
The RDN has updated its COVID-19 safety policies in response to the latest provincial health officer orders.
B.C. will lift some COVID-19 restrictions tomorrow (Feb. 16), but will keep vaccine card and mask requirements.
The provincial government has extended its COVID-19 vaccine card program to June 30.
The rule will go into effect tomorrow (Nov. 9).
The transition period, which allowed people to present the paper immunization record received at the time of their vaccination appointment, ended on Sunday, Sept. 26, according to the province. 
British Columbians are now required to show their proof of vaccination to attend non-essential settings such as indoor sporting, indoor concerts, restaurants, bars, gyms and indoor group exercise activities.
The cards will include a secure, individualized QR code and image showing either “vaccinated” or “partially vaccinated.”

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