Top city staffers hunker down in EOC

Penticton Herald: Tucked away in a not-so-secret location, Penticton’s top city bureaucrats are carrying out their regular duties while also preparing for what might happen if they themselves fall victim to the COVID-19 pandemic. The emergency operations centre was activated March 18 inside Penticton Fire Hall No. 1 at the request of the B.C. government, but was moved to the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre last week after the facility was closed to the public for health reasons.