COVID-19 Vaccine Information

For the most up-to-date information about the COVID-19 vaccination program in BC, including the location and dates of upcoming clinics on the Sunshine Coast, please visit:

VCH: COVID-19 Vaccines


Dose 1 and Dose 2 (No appointment required)

Drop-ins are now welcome for dose 1 or dose 2 at all VCH COVID-19 vaccination clinics on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on your eligibility and vaccine availability. People 12+ are eligible to be vaccinated and you are eligible for a second dose 28 days after your first dose.

Vaccination for children ages 5 to 11 (Appointment required)

All children ages 5 to 11 are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 pediatric vaccine. B.C. parents and guardians are encouraged to register their children to get vaccinated using the link below and then book their appointment as soon as they are invited.

Booster doses (Appointment required)

People 65+ who are registered in the Get Vaccinated System, as well as Indigenous Peoples 18+, will soon be invited to book their booster, which will help maintain protection against COVID-19. You must make an appointment for a third dose or booster shot.

Register with the Get Vaccinated system

You can register yourself or someone else, like a parent, grandparent or child.

Proof of Vaccination

Get Your BC Vaccine Card

Proof of full vaccination (i.e. two doses) is now required by all people age 12 years and older to access some events, services and businesses.  The requirement is in place until April 8, 2022.

The BC Vaccine Card is the only accepted form of proof of vaccination.

People can get their BC Vaccine Card online at Once verified, a person will be able to save a digital copy to their mobile device or print a hard copy to present along with their government-issued photo identification when entering designated businesses and events.

People without access to a computer and printer can get their card by calling 1 833 838-2323 at the Get Vaccinated call centre and get their printed copy mailed to them. They can have a trusted friend, family member or support person print their card for them. Or they can visit a Service BC Centre to get one.