Know Before You Go – COVID-19
Updated: May 27, 2021
As of November 19th, the Provincial Health Office is asking British Columbians to avoid all non-essential travel outside of their communities. We ask that you respect these guidelines and dream now, and visit Prince George later. For more information on the latest directives from the PHO click here.
In light of the extension of province-wide health orders and travel advisories by the Provincial Health Office due to the third wave of the pandemic, the Visitor Information Centre will remain physically closed but our visitor services team is ready to assist you virtually by phone at 250-562-3700 or email at email@example.com.
Pending the provincial health order review scheduled for May 25th 2021, Tourism Prince George will make appropriate adjustments to the Visitor Centre reopening plan.
To purchase merchandise please visit tourismpg.shop to see available local pick-up hours and purchase items through our online store.
If you need to reach a specific staff member, please visit our contact us page.
Official Tourism Prince George Covid-19 Operational Plan
To make travelling easier during COVID-19, we’ve built a list of Prince George businesses that are open and have introduced enhanced health and safety protocols to help keep everyone safe.
Tourism Prince George has also partnered with 10 other community organizations to host the Support PG website. Support PG hosts a directory of open business across the city, good news stories, local updates and up-to-date health and wellness information.
Resources For Travellers
- HelloBC – Know Before You Go & Important Travel Updates
- If you are a resident or visitor to Northern BC and fall ill, call the Northern Health COVID-19 Online Clinic to help answer questions and concerns at 1-844-645-7811 BEFORE you visit a health care provider.
- Visit the Health Link BC website for detailed information on COVID-19, including FAQs.
- Visit the BC Centre for Disease Control (BC CDC) website for the latest on how to prevent the transmission of diseases.
Global Safety Stamp to Recognize Safe Travel Protocols
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has granted the use of its Safe Travels stamp to Tourism Prince George. This stamp allows travellers to easily recognize destinations and tourism businesses around the world that have adopted globally standardized health and hygiene protocols to ensure visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience.
Tourism stakeholders in the Prince George area can apply for use of the Safe Travels stamp either through Tourism Prince George or Northern BC Tourism Association. Eligible businesses can use the stamp for their own promotion once they have met the health and hygiene protocols outlined by the WTTC.
More information on the WTTC global protocols and the list of destinations and associations around the world using the stamp can be found here.
If you would like to learn more about the Safe Travels Stamp, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org