Anyone born in 2009 or earlier (12+) is eligible for the vaccine.

Everyone in B.C. must register with the Get Vaccinated provincial registration system once. Registration makes sure we have your current email and phone number so we can contact you to book dose one or dose two.

Information on second doses

Spread the word and help your friends and family complete their registration, book an appointment and get the vaccine.

There are three easy steps to register to book your free vaccine appointment:

  •  Step 1: Register online, by phone or in person at a BC Services Centre

    First, you register and get a confirmation number. You need that number to later book your vaccination appointment.
    Registering also helps health authorities request the right amount of vaccine doses for each community. 

    To register, you must provide:

    • First and last name
    • Date of birth 
    • Postal code
    • Personal Health Number - Find your Personal Health Number on the back of your B.C. driver's licence or BC Services Card.
      If you don’t have a Personal Health Number, please register by phone or in person at a BC Services Centre. 
    • An email address that gets checked regularly or a phone number that can receive text messages

    Phone centre agents will never ask you for financial information, including credit card information. 

    We want everyone to get vaccinated, even if you don’t have a Personal Health Number or other documentation. It doesn't matter if you are a Canadian citizen or not. Register even if you have already received your first dose in another location. All of your information will be kept private and will never be shared with other agencies or parts of government. 

    Learn more about registering for your vaccine appointment. 

  • Step 2: Book an appointment

    After you have registered, you will be contacted to book a vaccine appointment when you are eligible. 

    You will book your appointment online or by phone. You will select a location, date and time.

    Please do not get discouraged if it takes a little longer to book your appointment by phone or online.

    Anyone who is eligible for the vaccine and wants to be immunized will receive their immunization.

  • Step 3: Get the vaccine

Immunization record

You will have the option to receive a paper and digital copy of your immunization record card. By registering for Health Gateway, you will be able to access your digital immunization record card.

Your immunization record will be also be stored in the online provincial database, accessible to you, public health, and your doctor.