COVID-19: Extension granted for restaurants to sell liquor with food deliveries

From Vancouver Sun, by David Carrigg. Photo: Francis Georgian / PNG

The B.C. government has extended a temporary authorization that allows food-primary and liquor-primary licensees to sell and deliver sealed, packaged liquor products alongside the purchase of a meal for off-site consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The authorization, originally set to expire July 15, 2020, will remain in place until Oct. 31, 2020.

The extension was among a series of recommendations from the Business Technical Advisory Panel, which consists of liquor and hospitality industry representatives, to help support struggling hospitality workers and businesses during the pandemic.

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