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Posted on: April 17, 2021

COVID-19 Update - April 16, 2021

Creston, BC April 16, 2021:  As the weather warms up the Town of Creston encourages residents to head outside with members of their household or core bubble to enjoy the trails, scenery and the Town as spring emerges.  Even while outside it is essential that we continue to be cautious  and follow the provincial COVID-19 health and safety guidelines.  As Dr. Bonnie Henry stated yesterday, “Even if we are outside we need to stay small and continue to use our layers of protection. […] Be purposeful about who you are seeing and where you are going, and stick with the same contacts.” 

BC Centre for Disease Control Update Weekly Update on COVID-19 Case Counts:   From April 4 to 10 2021 the BCCDC reported 12 cases of COVID-19 in the Creston Local Health Area. It is important to continue to take all the necessary COVID-19 safety measures to ensure our Town remains healthy and safe.   To view the map visit:  


COVID-19 Order for Workplaces: On April 12, 2021 the Provincial Health Officer issued a new order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces.  A workplace that has workers testing positive for COVID-19 and public health confirming transmission has occurred in the work environment may be ordered to close for a minimum of 10 days.  For larger workplaces, the closure may be restricted to locations were transmission has occurred.  For more information please visit: 


BC COVID-19 Speak Survey: The BC COVID-19 Speak Survey is now open.  The survey will address four key areas: 

  • Life during the pandemic 
  • Vaccines
  • Innovation and adaptation
  • Recovery

To learn more and participate in the survey visit: 



Media Contact: 

Kirsten Dunbar

EOC Information Officer

250 428-2214 (210)

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