COVID-19: Restoring Richmond
Proof of Vaccine
The City of Richmond is restoring programs and services impacted by COVID-19 through a carefully planned approach that will maintain and protect public safety.
Proof of vaccination is required to participate, spectate or volunteer in certain programs, activities and classes. Read the Proof of Vaccine Requirements to learn more. Go to gov.bc.ca/VaccineCard to get your BC Vaccine Card.
A COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is open in Richmond. Visit Vancouver Coastal Health to register for an appointment or find a drop-in clinic.
RICHMOND HAS HEART
- Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. You can use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
- Practice physical distancing. Keep a distance of at least 2 metres (6 feet) from others, as much as possible.
- Stay home if you feel ill and have flu symptoms such as fever or cough.
- Practice good cough and sneeze etiquette.
- Avoid touching your face prior to washing your hands.
- Wear a mask, especially when indoors and in public spaces. Health officials say it can help to reduce the spread of airborne particles.
- Recognize that feelings of fear, stress and worry are normal in a crisis. Support your mental health and wellbeing.
The City Services Restoration Plan consists of five steps, which exist along a service restoration continuum of lower risk, lower impact on the left to higher risk, higher impact on the right. The timing and order of each step, and the restoration of individual programs and services within each step, is subject to change as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. This plan assumes that there is no setback in the collective societal progress to flatten the curve of infections.
Restoring Richmond Plan - May 20, 2020
Please continue to seek information from credible sources only. Get updates at the following public health authority websites:
Vancouver Coastal Health
BC's Restart Plan
BC Centre for Disease Control
Government of Canada