COVID 19 Updates and Information

Proof of Vaccination

Please be advised that Proof of Vaccination is required in the province of BC for certain non-essential places and activities. The measures will be time limited from September 13th 2021 through to January 31, 2022, subject to possible extension.

To find out more about Proof of Vaccination and how to download your BC Vaccine Card visit https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/vaccine/proof


 

For more information of places that require proof of vaccination visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/vaccine/proof#required

Locations that now require you to show proof of vaccination:

 

Where to Get Vaccinated

Getting vaccinated keeps everyone in B.C. safe and stops the spread of COVID-19. it is the best choice to protect yourself, the people you love, and to ensure you can continue to participate in these public and private events and settings. Our B.C. vaccine card is an essential interim action until we transition to a federally compliant proof of vaccine.

To book an appointment to get vaccinated or find a drop in clinic in the lower mainland visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/covid-19/vaccine/register

 

More COVID-19 information and resources are below or can be found at the COVID 19 tab at the top of this page

  • Non-medical info: 1-888-268-4319
  • If you are feeling unwell: call 8-1-1 (no area code)
  • Federal info: 1-833-784-4397
  • Self-assessment tool for yourself or others: https://bc.thrive.health/
  • BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC), comprehensive info on COVID-19: http://www.bccdc.ca/

 

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