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TAKING A TRIP

The last couple of months have been stressful for all of us. It's completely natural that you want to take a break for all the stuff you regularly have to deal with and just focus on something more relaxing.

Let's see how we can make this safe for you and those around you.

FIRST, DO YOU LIVE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA?

THAT'S GREAT! WHILE A LOT OF THE INFORMATION ON HERE CAN BE USED BY INDIVIDUALS ACROSS CANADA, SOME OF THE INFORMATION IS MOST USEFUL FOR RESIDENTS OF BC.

NOT A PROBLEM! A LOT OF THE INFORMATION ON HERE CAN BE USED BY INDIVIDUALS ACROSS CANADA. HOWEVER, KEEP IN MIND THAT SOME OF THE INFORMATION IS MOST USEFUL FOR RESIDENTS OF BC.

ARE YOU FEELING SICK?

(This includes fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat and painful swallowing, stuffy or runny nose, loss of sense of smell, headache, muscle aches, fatigue or loss of appetite.)

IF TRAVELLING IN A GROUP, CAN YOU LIMIT TO 2-6 PEOPLE OUTSIDE YOUR BUBBLE?

(Your bubble refers to those you live with or have invited into your inner circle.)

IS ANYONE IN THE GROUP AT HIGHER RISK FOR SERIOUS ILLNESS FROM COVID-19?

DO ANY GROUP MEMBERS HAVE PEOPLE AT HIGHER RISK IN THEIR BUBBLE?

PLEASE STAY HOME AND FOLLOW SELF-ISOLATION PROCEDURES

Use the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool to check your symptoms now and see if you need to get tested.

TRY TO STAY OUTDOORS OR IN BIGGER SPACES. LIMIT YOUR TIME TOGETHER. STAY 2 M APART. NO HANDSHAKES, AIR HUGS ONLY!

Now, let's talk about the different types of travel and the factors to consider.

SO FAR, SO GOOD. YOU CAN HAVE A GROUP GATHERING.

Now, let's talk about the different types of travel and the factors to consider.

INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL IS STILL HIGH RISK. IF YOU NEED TO TRAVEL, HERE'S WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW.

DOMESTIC TRAVEL CAN BE CONDUCTED, BUT THERE ARE FACTORS TO CONSIDER.