Register with the Get Vaccinated provincial registration system to be notified when you can book your second dose appointment.
Updated June 3, 2021
B.C. is accelerating second dose appointments for all eligible people because of increased vaccine supply.
Everyone will get a second dose approximately eight weeks from their first vaccination appointment.
Register with the Get Vaccinated provincial registration system to get an email, text message or phone call when you can book your second dose appointment.
- Get invited to book an appointment
- Vaccine availability and choice
- Information for people who got the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine
- Information for people who got the AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine
- I need help getting my second dose
Do I need to register for my second dose?
Everyone needs to register once through the Get Vaccinated provincial registration system.
If you have already registered, you will be notified by email, text or phone call when it's your turn to book an appointment for your second dose.
If you have not registered through Get Vaccinated, register now.
You may not have registered through the provincial Get Vaccinated provincial registration system once if:
Second dose appointments will follow a similar to schedule to first doses, with invitations being sent first to people who are clinically extremely vulnerable and seniors.
For example, if you had your first dose in early May, you'll get invited to book an appointment in late June.
Like your first appointment, you'll select a location, date and time. You must have an appointment before you arrive at a clinic.
Where can I find the date of my first dose of vaccine?
The date of your first dose can be found on your COVID-19 Immunization Record Card, which you should have received at the time of your vaccination.
If you have lost your card, your immunization record is also available online in the Health Gateway. Signing up is quick and easy using your mobile BC services card.
Visit www.healthgateway.gov.bc.ca for more details on how to sign up.