As you may be aware, the Provincial Health Officer has come down with a new Order today that puts into place a series of additional enforceable province-wide restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID 19. These restrictions are effective as of midnight tonight, and will be in place until December 7th, at which point the Province will provide an update.
Did you miss last night's Council meeting? We have you covered. See below for a summary of the main agenda items.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. – Please note that due to high turbidity levels detected in the drinking water supply relating to the ongoing heavy rains that are anticipated to continue over the next few days, a Water Quality Advisory has been issued for City of Prince Rupert water users. Northern Health recommends that children, pregnant women, the elderly and persons with weakened immune systems drink boiled water at this time.
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. – To reduce the potential risk of exposure to COVID-19, effective immediately the City of Prince Rupert is requiring masks to be worn in all public indoor City-operated facilities. This requirement is being implemented to protect community health and safety. Please see below for details.
Face Mask Requirement
Did you miss last night's Council meeting? No problem! Check out the summary update of major meeting items below, and for an archive of past Council meeting updates, check out our Council Corner Archive.
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