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BC Businesses to Reopen | Malls, Restaurants & Hair Salons Open | Are We Ready ?

Darpan News Desk, 20 May, 2020
  • BC Businesses to Reopen | Malls, Restaurants & Hair Salons Open | Are We Ready ?

What's open as BC goes ahead with Phase 2 of re-opening of the economy.

Find out more in this video.

Restaurants, libraries, child-care facilities are just some sectors that can begin operating again — but with restrictions. New protocol in place for food industry, parks, dental offices etc.

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