B.C.'s response to COVID-19
Last updated: September 22, 2021
BC Vaccine Card
You need proof of vaccination to access some events, services and businesses.
The easiest way to show proof is using the BC Vaccine Card. Get your card today.
If you run a business, event or service, you may be required to check proof of vaccination. Learn how to check and verify BC Vaccine Cards.
Drop-in vaccine clinics
If you haven’t got vaccinated yet or if it’s been more than 28 days since your first dose, visit a drop-in clinic today and get protected from COVID-19.
K to 12 school
For the 2021/2022 school year, students and staff are in the classroom full time with updated health and safety measures.
For the 2021/2022 academic year, public post-secondary institutions will follow updated COVID-19 Return-to-Campus guidelines. Read the guidelines.
Roll up your sleeve and stop the spread of COVID-19. Everyone born in 2009 or earlier (12+) is eligible. Get vaccinated now.
Restrictions are in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Read the restrictions.
BC's Restart is a careful, four-step plan focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal. Read the plan.
Respect communities, make a plan and arrive at your destination prepared. Recreational travel across B.C. is allowed.
COVID-19 paid sick leave
Workers can take 3 days of paid sick leave if they need to stay home because of COVID-19.
Virtual services are available for people experiencing mental health challenges. Access supports and programs.
Talk to a Service BC agent about non-health related information and services.
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Help in other languages
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