The City of Williams Lake has changed its rules on spectators at Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.
City CAO Gary Muraca said under 50 spectators will not require proof of vaccination to be at the complex, which, he believes, falls in line with the current provincial health orders.
“We are going to require what the province requires,” Muraca said Tuesday. “We are not going above that.”
The city made an announcement Monday (Sept. 13) which noted adults over 22 years old would be required to produce vaccine passports in order to be a spectator at indoor youth sports.
Muraca said the city’s earlier decision was based on communication from the B.C. Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) which provides information and direction to local governments who own and operate indoor recreation facilities.
When contacted Tuesday, BCRPA CEO Rebecca Tunnacliffe said the association was seeking confirmation on the rules surrounding spectators.
“The matter of spectators’…