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[ietf-smtp] [UPDATE] BC Government Latest Joint Statement on COVID-19

2020-03-09 17:23:14
Just thought I would post this, in case it has any impact..


͞There has been a notable transmission of COVID-19 at group events ʹlarge and small. As a result, we recommend social distancing, forgoing usual greetings, consideration for virtual gatherings and, most importantly, staying away if you are experiencing any illness.

͞Event organizers should ask all participants to stay away if they are sick, returning from affected areas or have underlying health conditions that may be impacted by respiratory illness. Organizers should also complete a risk assessment considering what is happening in the local community and who may attend the event. Guidance is available from the World Health Organization and the BC Centre for Disease Control, and local public health teams can assist with this assessment.


While there are still only 32 confirmed cases in BC, if there are those who might have underlying health conditions, it is something to be aware of.. And though I personally think we are not at any 'panic' levels for concern here in BC, eg no one is canceling any large events like hockey or Rugby 7's, it is always prudent to minimize transmission vectors.

Do we have any idea of the most recent attendance counts?

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