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City updates proof of vaccination requirements

The City of Fort St. John announced updates to its proof of vaccination requirements for city rec facilities today, after the Provincial Health Officer introduced new restrictions October 14.
PomeroySportCentre-FSJ
Pomeroy Sport Centre in Fort St. John.

The City of Fort St. John announced updates to its proof of vaccination requirements for city rec facilities today, after the Provincial Health Officer introduced new restrictions October 14.

A BC Vaccine card and photo ID will be required at Fort St. John rec facilities for the following purposes:

• Adult or all-age programs and events (for people over the age of 12)
• Spectators for all programs, events and practices at all recreational facilities
• Using concession seating areas in all recreation buildings
• Volunteering for programs and events (officials and coaches exempt)

The following activities do not require proof of vaccination:

• Organized sport and programs for children and youth (21 years of age and under)
• Public skating and Northern Vac Track services
• Aquatic programs, including swimming lessons and public swimming
• Before and after school programs
• Teachers and instructors providing education activities
• Language and employment courses and training
• Government activities and services, including Council Meetings

This provincial health order remains in effect until November 19.

Masks are required for all people ages five and older at city facilities, unless participating in physical activities. 


Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca