Face coverings still required at YXJ, but not FSJ RCMP detachment

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – While the province announced Thursday that masks are no longer required in most public s…

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – While the province announced Thursday that masks are no longer required in most public spaces as of Friday, masks will continue to be required in federally regulated buildings.

The Fort St. John airport took to Twitter to inform residents that masks will still be required in the building.

While the Fort St. John RCMP is a federally regulated building, the city says the RCMP is able to follow the provincial regulations, so masks are not required.

As of Friday, face coverings are no longer required at city facilities, including the Pomeroy Sports Centre.

BC Transit also announced that masks are no longer required while riding the bus.

These announcements come after health officials lifted the provincial mask mandate on Friday.

The province also announced that the vaccine passport program will be lifted on April 8th

 

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