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Kế hoạch học tập tại trường vào tháng 10, 2021 tại University Canada West

With the number of COVID-19 infections steadily declining and 60% of adults receiving their first dose of the vaccine, the Government of BC recently announced a four-step plan to start reopening the province.                  

Following the advice of Dr. Henry and the BC Ministry of Advanced Education, UCW is preparing for a full return to on-campus learning for the Fall (October) 2021 Term.                                      

Dr. Bonnie Henry, BC’s Provincial Health Officer, outlined a gradual return to a more normal life with safety protocols, like mask wearing and physical distancing, remaining in place during the first two phases of the plan.   

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The four steps are: 

Step 1: Starting May 25 

  • Maximum of five visitors, or one household, allowed for indoor personal gatherings 
  • Maximum of 10 people for outdoor personal gatherings 
  • Maximum of 10 people for seated indoor gatherings with safety protocols 
  • Maximum of 50 people for seated outdoor organized gatherings with safety protocols 
  • Recreational travel only within travel region 
  • Indoor and outdoor dining for up to six people with safety protocols 
  • Resume outdoor sports games with no spectators, low-intensity fitness with safety protocols 
  • Start gradual return to workplaces 
  • Return of indoor in-person faith-based gatherings (at reduced capacity) 
  • Province-wide mask mandate, business safety protocols and physical distancing measures remain in place 

Step 2: Mid-June (June 15 – earliest date) 

  • Maximum of 50 people for outdoor social gatherings 
  • Maximum 50 people for seated indoor organized gatherings (banquet halls, movie theatres, live theatre) with safety protocols 
  • No travel restrictions within BC 
  • Indoor sports games and high-intensity fitness with safety protocols 
  • Spectators for outdoor sports (50 max) 
  • Province-wide mask mandate, business safety protocols and physical distancing measures remain in place 

Step 3: Early July (July 1 – earliest date) 

  • Provincial state of emergency and public health emergency lifted 
  • Return to usual for indoor and outdoor personal gatherings 
  • Increased capacity for indoor and outdoor organized gatherings, with safety plans 
  • Nightclubs and casinos reopen with limited capacity and safety plans 
  • New public health and workplace guidance around personal protective equipment, physical distancing and business protocols 

Step 4: Early September (Sept. 7 – earliest date) 

  • Returning to normal social contact 
  • Increased capacity at larger organized gatherings 
  • No limits on indoor and outdoor spectators at sports 
  • Businesses operating with new safety plans 
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For more details, please kindly find more in the following links:

https://www.ucanwest.ca/students/covid-19-updates/bc-announces-covid-19-reopening-plan