British Columbia Golf Covid-19 Information

COVID-19 Resources for the British Columbia Golf Industry

The most recent comprehensive provincial update, as provided on February 5th, extends the orders as announced on November 17th indefinitely and until further notice. The PHO’s guidance continues to have a significant impact on the golf industry – the biggest impact continues to be the continuation of province-wide travel advisories to limit movement to essential travel and the updated restrictions on public gatherings.

Please Click HERE to see AGA-BC Covid-19 resources page

AGA-BC Best Practices Manual For BC Golf Operations Amidst COVID-19
(These are still in effect and current as of February 2021)

Please click HERE to view Allied Golf Association (AGA) Best Practices Manual For BC Golf Courses.

 

With over 300 golf courses in all areas of the province, it is critical that all golf operations in British Columbia align with COVID-19 orders, direction and safety protocols mandated by the Provincial Health Office (PHO) and regional health authorities.

Please click HERE to view Allied Golf Association (AGA) Best Practices Manual For BC Golf Courses

Please click HERE to see British Columbia Golf's Return to Sport Guideline and illness policy which is still in effect as of March 1, 2021

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

Golf Canada COVID-19 Resource Page

Health information for BC residents

The best source for accurate and up-to-date health information on the COVID-19 pandemic in BC is the BC Centre for Disease Control website.

Visit http://www.bccdc.ca/about/news-stories/stories/2020/information-on-novel-coronavirus

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

B.C.  COVID-19 Support App

The B.C. government has a COVID-19 support app to help provide residents with the latest information on the ongoing pandemic.

The app can be downloaded through Apple Store or Google Play and is also available as a website online here

Besides acting as a platform for posting information and alerts, the app also features the B.C. government’s COVID-19 self-assessment tool that can help residents decide if they need to seek coronavirus testing.

The self-assessment tool can also be found as a standalone test online here

===================================================================================================