The District of West Vancouver has issued a notification about two people testing positive for COVID-19.
On September 13, the district was informed that two people who were at the West Vancouver Aquatic Centre on Thursday, September 9, tested positive for COVID-19.
Vancouver Coastal Health is following up with those two people and anyone who has been a close contact.
The district says it has health protocols that include sanitizing spaces at facilities throughout the day.
The District of West Vancouver will also now require all people age 22 and over and attending fitness activities and sport activities to show proof of vaccination and government-issued ID.
Parents may also accompany their children to these activities without the need to show proof of vaccination.
Below are the programs and services that will require proof of vaccination and government ID:
Fitness centres/weight rooms
Indoor fitness programs and activities, including personal training, group fitness, yoga, pilates, cycling, Zumba, and dance (indoor rehabilitation programs are exempt)
Indoor sports, including skating, stick and puck, hockey, soccer/futsal, volleyball, basketball, badminton, billiards, pickleball, and table tennis (swimming is exempt)