On the Street: comfortable dining at restaurants?

Good with dining-in?

Madison Erhardt

According to the provincial government, COVID-19 cases in B.C. have crept upwards with the seven-day rolling average of new and active cases at the highest levels they've been in two weeks.

B.C.'s 89 cases on Thursday was the highest one-day total in a month, but despite the increase, the province says B.C. is still on track to fully reopen in September.

Kelly O’Bryan’s in Vernon is the latest restaurant to temporarily close its doors due to a COVID-19 exposure.

On July 24, Interior Health linked a cluster of COVID-19 infections to Gotham Nightclub, the second B.C. nightclub to see a cluster since they reopened on July 1.

Vancouver Coastal Health issued a warning for those who visited Cabana Lounge in Vancouver over the Canada Day long weekend.

Castanet hit the streets to find out if you still feel comfortable dining indoors despite the uptick in cases.

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-With files from CTV Vancouver

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