A complete list of locations and dates for 70 COVID-19 immunization clinics has been provided by the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).
As the province moves towards the fourth step in its reopening plan (slated to go into effect no earlier than Sept. 7), efforts to get British Columbians fully vaccinated have manifested in drop-in, mobile or special event clinics across the province.
Here is a complete map of where and when those clinics are. Some clinics have not yet announced times of operation.
For updates be sure to check the BCCDC’s website.
Those planning on going to a drop-in clinic should bring a piece of photo ID and will get either Pfizer or Moderna.
If you're getting your second dose, you're encouraged to also bring your immunization record card.
One such initiative is "Walk-in Wednesday" planned for Aug. 4, meaning you don't need to register online or phone before you arrive.
All those 12 and up are eligible for dose one and all people vaccinated before June 16 are eligible for dose two.
The BCCDC has also come up with a way to share your gratitude to frontline workers by creating a thank you letter template.
“Share a thank you letter or a note of gratitude for the thousands of frontline workers who kept us safe during the pandemic and worked to get us all vaccinated,” the BCCDC’s website reads.
“Post them on your window at home, leave a note after getting vaccinated or share messages online.”