District of Lake Country lauds residents staying active while distancing


The District of Lake Country is giving its residents a ‘way to go!’ for adhering to the provincial health officer’s advice of social distancing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Residents of Lake Country were spotted out and about throughout the week, getting fresh air and exercise while physically distancing from others.

Way to go #LakeCountry for taking the information and directives from BC’s Provincial Health Officer seriously and…

Posted by District of Lake Country on Wednesday, March 25, 2020

“Anyone with symptoms, #stayhome, self-isolate and let a neighbour or friend do your shopping and drop it off on your doorstep with no in-person contact,” said the district in a Facebook post. “Thanks to the local businesses providing modified services and delivery to help people maintain physical distancing.”

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