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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Appointments

Appointments are required to avoid line ups and help BCHU staff adequately prepare for clinics.

A mask or face covering is no longer required in our clinic spaces. Clients are welcome to wear a mask or face covering and staff will mask upon client request. . 

Please review the following documents prior to booking an appointment:


COVID-19 Vaccine Booking Form

    We recommend that you book your appointment now
    Please note that you have to meet the minimum interval requirement between doses before booking your next appointment. For detailed information on the recommended and minimum intervals between doses, please review Scenarios for individuals 6 months-4 years receiving a COVID-19 vaccine
    • Hospitalized individuals and hospital staff
    • Residents, staff and essential caregivers of Long-Term Care Home and Elder Care Lodge
    • Residents and staff of congregate living settings (e.g. chronic care facilities, retirement homes)
    • Pregnant individuals
    • People aged 65 and older
    • Children 6 months to 4 years of age (if being co-administered with influenza vaccine)
    • Individuals 6 months of age and older with underlying health conditions
    • Individuals who are First Nation, Inuit or Métis or their household members
    • Members of racialized and other equity deserving communities
    • Healthcare providers and first responders
    You currently are not eligible to receive the fall 2023 booster vaccine, please book an appointment after October 30, 2023 when vaccine becomes available to the general population.
    The recommended interval for a fall booster dose is 6 months since the last COVID-19 vaccine dose or COVID-19 infection. You are not recommended to receive a fall booster dose at this time. Please book later.
    Please follow up with us later to book your appointment
    Please fill out the Influenza Vaccine Consent Form and bring it to your appointment. You can access the form here
    Only individuals in specific high-risk populations are recommended to receive a spring booster dose. You are not recommended to receive such dose at this time.