COVID-19 Update Summer 2021
Special Okanagan Interior Health Announcement – July 29th, 2021: Messaging Guidance: New health measures to contain COVID-19 outbreak in central Okanagan
Summer is a desirable time to visit the Okanagan; however, please keep in mind that British Columbia is still in a state of emergency regarding COVID-19. BC is in phase 3 of reopening, meaning that everyone, including visitors, must practice physical distancing, not travel if they are sick, practice good hygiene, wear masks whenever possible, and practice any other necessary protective measures.
If you are visiting Peachland, please consider that our community is small and has less resources than larger communities. Therefore, it is crucial that you follow local guidelines to help keep you and Peachlanders safe. For up-to-date information on Peachland’s response to COVID-19, including facility closures and hours, please visit the District of Peachland’s COVID-19 Information Page. Please be sure to check their “Daily Briefing” for the status of the Coronavirus situation in Peachland. Thank you for choosing Peachland as a travel destination and for your patience and understanding during these extraordinary times.
For additional information pease visit: Destination BC’s Covid-19 Update.
Visitor Centre Guidelines
When you visit the centre, we are happy to welcome you!
You will find our employees and volunteers wearing masks until mid August 2021 and we ask that you please consider doing the same. We currently have one washroom open that we are cleaning frequently. Staff are disinfecting other high touch surfaces in the building daily. If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you please not enter our building for the safety of our staff and visitors.
Please note that our staff cannot practice physical distancing in our wheelchair accessible elevator. We will wear masks when assisting a visitor with the elevator. We thank you for your patience and understanding.