If you live in Vancouver, have already registered to receive your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine and are born between 1982 and 1991, you are just a message away from receiving your dose.
Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) announced Tuesday Vancouver residents aged 36-39 would be invited to book their vaccine appointment after 7 p.m. Similarly, residents aged 30-35 will also start receiving their invitations starting Wednesday after the same time.
The age-based vaccination eligibility system has also been implemented in B.C.'s other health regions, including locally in Metro Vancouver by Fraser Health.
📅 COVID-19 Vaccination Booking Update— Vancouver Coastal Health (@VCHhealthcare) May 11, 2021
30-somethings, it’s your time. Starting today, invitations to book are being sent to people 36 years of age and older.
Register to receive your vaccination booking link: https://t.co/AstQ3v00JQ
People ages 18+ (born in 2003 or earlier) who live in these high-transmission neighbourhoods are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as well.
- Hastings Sunrise
- Grandview Woodland
- Vancouver Kensington
- Vancouver Sunset
- Victoria Fraserview
- Cedar Cottage
- Vancouver Renfrew-Collingwood
- Pinecrest Estates
Frontline workers ages 18 and up are also now eligible to receive their vaccine. If eligible you will be contacted by your employer. Pregnant people aged 16+ have been given priority access to vaccines. Once registered, they can book appointments by calling 1-833-838-2323 directly.
For more information on vaccine rollout or to register for your vaccine you can find all the steps on the B.C. government’s website.