People keep their distance at Newton Exchange on Friday, March 20, 2020. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

People keep their distance at Newton Exchange on Friday, March 20, 2020. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

COVID-19: Daily update on the pandemic in Surrey, White Rock and beyond

MARCH 22: City of Surrey playgrounds remain open

Here’s the latest news for Surrey, White Rock and beyond for Sunday, March 22:

• Fraser Health says a video of a nurse talking about COVID-19 is “well intentioned,” but it includes “misinformation”

READ ALSO: Fraser Health says ‘well intentioned call to action’ from Surrey nurse contains ‘misinformation’, March 21, 2020

• City of Surrey playground remain open, while White Rock has closed four and Delta has closed all playgrounds, skate and bike parks

READ ALSO: City of White Rock closes four playgrounds to help stop spread of COVID-19, March 22, 2020

READ ALSO: Delta closing playgrounds, skate and bike parks, March 20, 2020

• Two City of Surrey-run daycares and all city-run day camps will be closed as of Monday, March 23

READ ALSO: McCallum announces Surrey-run daycares, day camps will be shut down, March 19, 2020

• Vancouver Coastal Health is restricting all visitors to essential visits only at VCH-run facilities

• Delta bylaw officers were out enforcing provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry’s order to close personal service businesses

READ ASLO: Delta bylaw inspectors enforcing provincial health officer’s orders, March 21, 2020

READ ALSO: B.C.’s top doctor orders immediate closure of salons, spas and other personal services, March 21, 2020

This file will be updated throughout the day

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