B.C.'s response to COVID-19
Information for residents of British Columbia about COVID-19.
Last updated: March 3, 2021
Vaccine appointments for seniors
Vaccine call centres for seniors open March 8, 2021. You can book a vaccine appointment for yourself or your spouse. You can also have a family member or friend call for you.
By order of the PHO, everyone must significantly reduce social interactions. Read the restrictions.
K to 12 education
Enhanced health and safety measures and learning groups are helping to keep K to 12 students safe. Learn about safe schools.
A one-time payment of up to $1,000 for eligible families and single parents and up to $500 for eligible individuals. Apply for the benefit.
Travel restrictions are in place, including air and land border crossings and ferry travel. Do your research and arrive prepared.
People and businesses can be issued a $230 or $2,300 violation ticket for unsafe COVID-19 behaviour.
Get financial help
International travellers returning to B.C. are required by law to self-quarantine for 14 days. Read the self-quarantine requirements.
Eligible organizations can request to purchase supplies of PPE and cleaning and disinfectant products. Request supplies.
In a provincial state of emergency, the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) can make orders as needed. You must follow all orders.
Talk to a Service BC agent about non-health related information and services.
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