Here is a map of every pharmacy offering COVID-19 vaccines in Metro Vancouver (MAP)

The COVID-19 AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine will be available at Metro Vancouver pharmacies for people aged 55-65.

The COVID-19 AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine will be available to people aged 55-65 living in the Lower Mainland thanks to a partnership between Immunize BC and community pharmacists.

Under the provincial vaccine rollout, citizens in that age category will not be able to join the vaccination queue until May and June, using the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines. 

Those vaccines need special cold storage, and can therefore only be dispensed at clinics set up to properly store and administer the vaccines.

But if you are between the ages of 55 and 65, you will be able to book your appointment as of March 31, using the AstraZeneca/COVISHIELD vaccine.

Of the initial pharmacies that will be part of the pharmacy vaccine rollout, some locations may allow for drop-in service. You will be required to bring your Personal Health Number, located on your CareCard or BC Services Card.

The initial selection of pharmacies will be updated regularly and more pharmacies will added in the coming weeks.

 

Pharmacies offering the COVID-19 vaccine in the City of Vancouver.

Vancouver LOBLAW PHARMACY #1517 350 S.E. Marine Drive
Vancouver REXALL 7162 6580 Fraser Street
Vancouver REXALL 7174 499 Granville Street
Vancouver SAVE-ON-FOODS PHARMACY 940 1403 King Edward Avenue E.
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART #2234 3277 Cambie Street
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART #2294 2748 East Hastings Street
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 201 1020 Denman Street
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 204 370 East Broadway
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 2130 8525 River District Crossing
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 238 3020 West Broadway
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 263 Broadway Plaza
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 272 1125 Davie Street
Vancouver SHOPPERS DRUG MART 288 4326 Dunbar Street

London Drugs 'inundated' by vaccine booking calls, asks B.C. residents not to phone pharmacies

London Drugs Ltd. is urging British Columbians not to phone the chain’s pharmacies to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments after being “inundated” by calls over the past day.

London Drugs tweeted on Tuesday — the day before bookings were due to begin — that “due to an overwhelming response, all available vaccine appointments have been booked. We ask that customers refrain from calling our pharmacies directly to allow for the pharmacies to prepare for the vaccination process of the fully booked appointments.”

Instead, the Richmond-based company said that if additional vaccinations become available, it will let customers know where to book online.

With files from Nelson Bennett and Tyler Orton. 

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