April 23, 2020
by Global News
As British Columbia aims to lift some COVID-19 restrictions in mid-May, provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is painting a clearer picture of what industries will be the first up and running when that reopening comes.
The province is looking to re-book some scheduled surgeries as well as opening up other parts of the health-care sector.
An easing of restrictions will only be possible if the province sees no more outbreaks and a big reduction in new, test-positive cases of COVID-19.
“When we get to that phase we will look at how you can do things in many different sectors but certainly the health-care sectors, so massage therapy, chiropractic, massage therapy, all of those things we have been putting off for a few months,” Henry said.
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