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Visitors Now Required to Wear Masks Within SRD Facilities

Visitors are now required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth in all public and common spaces within all SRD facilities.

Campbell River, B.C. – The Strathcona Regional District (SRD) continues to follow the advice of the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Provincial Health Officer.  In response to the Nov. 19 Provincial Health Order, visitors are now required to wear a mask covering the nose and mouth in all public and common spaces within all SRD facilities.

“We are continuing to deliver essential services and are implementing measures as directed that will contain the spread of COVID-19,” says SRD Chief Administrative Officer David Leitch.  “We encourage everyone to do their part and let’s all make a difference and curb the spread of this virus together.”

Necessary SRD business is encouraged to take place through telephone, email or other electronic means.  Where in-person business cannot be avoided, appointments are required.

Strathcona Gardens Recreation Complex staff continue to monitor the information and guidelines provided by the Province, Island Health and other authorities to ensure the health and safety of its patrons and staff.  The facility remains open for registered programs only and while visiting the Strathcona Gardens, patrons are required to wear a face covering in the facility and abide by Public Health Orders along with viaSport guidelines.

To remain up to date on accurate information from the Strathcona Regional District, please visit www.srd.ca/COVID-19 or follow SRD social media channels @StrathconaRegionalDistrict on Facebook and Twitter.

Media Contact:
David Leitch,
SRD Chief Administrative Officer
250-830-6703  |  dleitch@srd.ca