The latest disguised provincial disguise health orders in most public enclosures in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 have prompted the town of Kelowna to adapt or suspend a number of services until at least December 7th.
Spectators are now barred from sports or leisure activities, including city sports leagues and reservations for local sports organizations.
High-intensity fitness programs, including spin classes and HIIT, offered through Kelowna activity and the program guide, are canceled in the next two weeks. The city said current participants would be notified directly.
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Organizers of some smaller events at city facilities, such as the Parkinson Recreation Center, may also be notified of any impact on their booking, the statement said.
The city also said it would continue to apply strict maximum capacity and use its pre-booking system for recreational facilities and programs.
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Funeral services at Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery will be limited to a maximum of 10 people, including officials.
Audiences will not be allowed to attend the upcoming performances at the Kelowna Community Theater, although they will still be broadcast live.
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