Since our last update at the beginning of April, DCLS experienced a steady decline in COVID-19 activity. As we anticipate the decrease in COVID-19 activity will continue through the warmer summer months, DCLS will make masks optional for staff, persons served and visitors when at DCLS sites and in DCLS vehicles effective May 1, 2022. Masks will continue to be available at DCLS sites for individuals who choose to wear them.
Since our last update at the end of March, DCLS experienced a steep increase in COVID-19 cases among stakeholders.
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Thank you to each and every one of you. Throughout the pandemic, DCLS stakeholders have done a tremendous job keeping themselves and the people around them safe. We have seen a steady decrease in the number of COVID-19 infections in February and March, but we still are experiencing active cases. As a result, we would like to continue with some of our prudent measures, including the requirement that staff wear masks when at DCLS sites and in DCLS vehicles until Friday, April 8th.
Thank you to readers who filled out the recent CLBC survey to help them better understand what information and resources are important for CLBC to communicate in this Individual and Family Update.
Please join Community Living BC (CLBC) on Monday, January 24, 2022 for an opportunity to hear from Dr. Daniele Behn Smith, Deputy Provincial Health Officer, about the latest health and vaccine information and guidance on COVID-19. Participants will also hear an update from Ross Chilton, CEO of CLBC.
The DCLS COVID-19 response team has been fielding a lot of questions over the past few weeks, so we would like to share information about some of our most Frequently Asked Questions with all our stakeholders.