Vaccines play an important role in helping British Columbians maintain their health and wellbeing. We’ve put together this resource page to help you learn more about immunizations and the processes that ensure they are safe and effective.
|Age/Group||How to Register||Date eligibility starts|
|40+ (born 1981 or earlier)||Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Monday, April 19 at 12pm|
|35+ (born 1986 or earlier)||Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Tuesday, April 20 at 12pm|
|30+ (born 1991 or earlier)||Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Wednesday, April 21 at 12pm|
|25+ (born 1996 or earlier)||Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Thursday, April 22 at 12pm|
|18+ (born 2003 or earlier)||Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Friday, April 23 at 12pm|
|Indigenous peoples 18+
(born 2003 or earlier)
|Online, phone, or in-person at a Service BC office||Ongoing|
|55+ (born 1966 or earlier)||Contact a participating pharmacy near you
(Dependent on supply)
|People who are clinically extremely vulnerable 16+
(born 2005 or earlier)
|Must have an invitation letter to book||Ongoing|
There can be a wait time between when you register and when you are invited to book your appointment. Wait times vary depending on your age and vaccine supply.Register to get vaccinated
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Log-in to your member profile and click Digital Wellness Tools to store your vaccination records on Health Connected