Step 1: Register
First, register and get a confirmation number which you will need when booking your vaccination appointment.
- Register online: getvaccinated.gov.bc.ca
- Register by telephone: 1-833-838-2323 (toll free)
- Register in-person: Visit the nearest Service BC location
Phone centre agents will never ask you for financial information, including credit card information.
We want everyone to get vaccinated, even if you do not have a Personal Health Number or other documentation. It does not 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.
Step 2: Book an appointment
After you register, you will be contacted to book a vaccine appointment when you are eligible.
You will be able to do so online or by phone, and you will be able to choose a location, date and time.
You will also be able to change or cancel your appointment.
Step 3: Get the vaccine
Arrive a few minutes before your appointment time and bring your booking confirmation and photo ID. You do not need to fast ahead of time. Wear a short-sleeved shirt and a mask. Here is more information about what to expect.
If you have any questions about your appointment, please don't contact the immunization site directly. Visit fraserhealth.ca/vax or call 1-833-838-2323. If your appointment is booked at a pharmacy, call the BC Pharmacy Association support team toll free in B.C. at 1-800-663-2840 (press option 5 for COVID-19 support), or 604-261-2092 (press option 5).
If you experience any unexpected reactions after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, call Fraser Health Virtual Care at 1-800-314-0999, available 7 days a week from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. or 8-1-1 outside of those hours.
Serious side effects after receiving the vaccine are rare. If you develop any serious side effects or a severe allergic reaction (including hives, swelling of your face, tongue or throat, or difficulty breathing), seek medical attention or call 9-1-1 right away. Tell them you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine.
You will have the option to receive a paper or digital copy of your immunization record card. Learn more about immunization records.