The government has been working with the tourism industry and BC Ferries to cancel bookings that have been made and to not accept new ones from people living outside their intended destination, Horgan told a news conference.
During the announcement, Horgan repeatedly said road checks would be random.
Officials also revealed Monday that all the current public health orders related to the pandemic will remain in place until after the May long weekend, and that a new travel restriction banning people from moving between health regions for recreational reasons will be implemented on Friday.
"Unless they're coming for essential business, they should not be here", said Premier John Horgan.
Farnworth has since addressed the order saying that he wants to make sure that racialized communities aren't unjustly impacted and that they'll "be taking steps to make sure [they] get this right".
Local police forces say they will not randomly stop people
On Friday night, Guelph police issued a news release saying they do not intend to conduct random vehicle or person stops. It has since modified parts of that order relating to park playgrounds and policing powers.
The province says there are no checkpoints planned at this point.
Police will wait for an order under the Emergency Program Act and any associated guidelines before proceeding, says the ministry.
The British Columbia government says it's inviting people 18 years and older to register for their COVID-19 vaccine over the next week.
"It is a true tragedy and it's a reflection of the impact this virus is having across our community", she said of the child who had some pre-existing issues and died at B.C. Children's Hospital.
In their last update, given Monday, Henry and Dix announced 2,960 more people tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend.