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  • Writer's pictureSafari KABUMBE

Watoto African Fashion Show Canceled until new dates

Nuru Training Association would like to introduce to you the decision of the B.C.'s leaders about the public health restrictions, including a shutdown of bars, nightclubs and gyms, as the Omicron variant spreads across the province.⁠

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry revealed the latest round of public health orders on Tuesday, saying they were necessary to prevent B.C.‘s health-care system from being overwhelmed.

Under the new orders, all indoor organized events are barred, including weddings, receptions and parties. All bars and nightclubs must close, as well as gyms, fitness centres and dance studios. ⁠

All seated events, regardless of size, including concerts, sports events and movie theatres, must be limited to 50 per cent capacity. ⁠

The new measures take effect Wednesday and will be in place until January 18, 2022⁠

The new restrictions are in addition to the existing orders, which came into effect Monday. Personal gatherings are still limited to one household plus 10 guests or one additional household if it's larger than 10 guests. Everyone in the house must be vaccinated.⁠

The new rules do not include restrictions around inter-provincial travel ahead of Christmas. Provincial health officials emphasized Tuesday that families need to balance their mental health with the goal of reducing transmission health with the goal of reducing transmission.

With this restrictions, we would like to inform all our partners and guest that we canceled the event until the new upcoming dates.

Thank you for understanding and wishing to respect Covid-19 restrictions:

- Keep 2 meters of distance each other

- Wash your hand with soap and water or use sanitizer

- Wear Covid-19 mask

In case you need mask and sanitizer, do not hesitate to pass at Nuru Training Association Center.

Thank you all

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