Do you have questions about BC’s COVID-19 immunization plan? Below are the provincial resource links that will provide answers to your questions.
- BC’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan
- Province-Wide Restrictions
- PHO Orders
- BC Centre for Disease Control (information, data, exposures)
- Regional health authority websites
- 8-1-1 (HealthLinkBC)
- 1-888-COVID19 for non-medical COVID-19 questions
- Government of Canada
Interior Health – Appointment bookings
As a small rural community, Salmo is scheduled for a multi-day vaccination clinic starting April 19th at SVYCC. All residents 18 years and older may receive their vaccinations at this time. Following are the ways you can get an appointment:
How to register for your vaccine appointment
You can register for yourself or someone else who needs assistance. Everyone 18 and older is eligible to be vaccinated, even if you don’t have a Personal Health Number.
Public health will never share your information with any other agencies or parts of government. You will never be asked for your Social Insurance Number (SIN), driver’s license number or banking and credit card details
Register Online with a Personal Health Number
To register online, you must provide:
- First and last name
- Date of birth
- Postal code
- Personal Health Number
- An email address that gets checked regularly or a phone number that can receive text messages
Find your Personal Health Number on the back of your B.C. driver’s license or BC Services Card.
Register by Phone – Call: 1-833-838-2323 Seven days a week, 7 am to 7 pm (PDT)
An agent (translators are available) will assist with your booking. A family member or support individual may also call to book the appointment on behalf of an eligible person. (Editor’s Note: Please be patient as you try to get through. You may hear a long introductory message about COVID, or your age eligibility. Just press 1 to skip it and just keep pressing 1 every time you hear the message until you reach an actual person.)
Please have the following information ready:
- legal name
- date of birth
- postal code
- your personal health number (PHN) on the back of your B.C. driver’s license or BC services cards, if you have one. You do not require a PHN to register by phone.
- current contact information, including an email address you or your family checks regularly
Register at a Service BC office
You register in-person at all Service BC offices. Check office hours before you go.