Use your COVID-19 sense: get vaccinated, follow public health orders and use your layers of protection.

Updated September 12, 2022

Protect yourself and your loved ones by using your COVID-19 sense.

We can all play a part in reducing our exposure to COVID-19.

Follow the advice of public health experts.

Keep up to date on current provincial guidelines during COVID-19.

Use your layers of protection

  1. Monitor symptoms and get tested.

    Learn more about when to get a COVID-19 test on the BCCDC's webpage.

    If you feel unwell and are unsure about your symptoms, contact your health care provider, or call Fraser Health Virtual Care at 1-800-314-0999, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., seven days per week or 8-1-1.

    Learn what to do if you are not eligible to book a COVID-19 test.

  2. Wash your hands often.

  3. Stay home if you feel sick or have any sign of illness.

    If you have mild symptoms and tested negative for COVID-19 or did not get tested, stay home until you do not have a fever and feel well enough to return to your regular activities.

  4. Get your COVID-19 Vaccine.

    Anyone six months and older is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. If you have not already, register to book your first or second dose appointment online through Get Vaccinated.

    Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine. 

    B.C. is offering everyone five and older a fall booster dose. You will receive a personalized booking invitation when it's time to book your dose.

    Book your appointment as soon as you receive your invitation.

  5. Respect people's comfort levels.

Please continue to be respectful of people, communities, workers and businesses all working hard to keep us all safe.