Communicable Disease (formerly COVID-19 plan) updated December 2, 2021

September 29, 2021

 Updated December 2, 2021 

Mask use and "Vaccine Passport"

By order of the Office of the Provincial Health Officer, masks are required in ALL INDOOR public spaces. Please continue to use the many hand sanitizing stations around the Public Market and outdoor seating areas, as well as maintain social distancing.  

By order of the Office of the Provincial Health Officer, you must present a valid "Vaccine Passport" to access many locations on Granville Island (see list below). Exemptions to this order i.e., those locations that DO NOT require a vaccine passport, are the Public Market building, including the Public Market food court, Net Loft businesses and Pedro's Organic Coffee House.

 A valid vaccine passport must be presented to access the following;  

  • Indoor concerts, theatre, dance and symphony events;
  • Licensed restaurants and restaurants that offer table service (indoor and patio dining);
  • Pubs, bars and lounges (indoor and patio dining) (includes tasting rooms, distilleries and breweries); 
  • Gyms, exercise facilities/studios, pools and recreation facilities (False Creek Community Centre, yoga studios);  
  • Indoor adult group and team sports for people 22 years old or older; 
  • Indoor organized events with 50 or more people;
  • Indoor organized group recreational classes and activities like pottery, art, textile classes and choir;

The requirement is in place until January 31, 2022. For further information on the passport, and how to download a QR code for your phone, or a print version, go to gov.bc.ca/VaccineCard-Businesses 

Outdoor personal gatherings are now allowed, however you must have a permit to host an organized gathering or event on Granville Island

PUBLIC MARKET UPDATE 

Capacity in the Public Market returned to normal on July 1. In the case of Oyama Sausage and Lee’s Donuts, two of our most popular merchants, line-ups will remain outside.

In line with direction from global health authorities, we are continuing to take precautionary measures to help stop the spread of virus, including increased levels of cleaning and disinfection in all common areas,  and continual monitoring of government sources for the most up-to-date information requirements. The use of masks is mandatory.

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