The current orders restricting daily life and socialization in B.C. are going to stay in place indefinitely, the province announced Friday February 5th.
The orders had been set to expire at midnight. In announcing the extension, officials said B.C has made "encouraging" progress in reducing the spread of COVID-19, but the situation isn't stable enough to allow people to start getting together again.
All events are banned, along with in-person religious services, and masks must be worn in indoor public spaces.
Henry said there's a chance things might change by March, but there is no official expiry date on the extended orders.