Updated: Oct 26
By order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), proof of full vaccination and photo ID are required to access some events, services and businesses. You must have two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine. The requirement is in place until January 31, 2022 and could be extended.
Get the BC Vaccine Card
You can save the digital version to your phone or tablet or print a paper copy to carry in your wallet. Both options are accepted everywhere.
Step 1: Log in securely To log in securely, you need to provide your:
Date of birth
Personal Health Number (PHN)
Date you got dose 1 or dose 2
If you already have a Health Gateway account, log in with your BC Services Card App.
Step 2: Save or print
After you've securely logged in, you have 2 options:
Select "Save a copy" and save the digital copy to your device's photo album or downloads folder
Save a screenshot to your device
You can save the digital version on your device or print a paper copy for yourself or someone else, like a youth or parent.
If you print a paper copy, make sure to print at a large enough size for the QR code to be successfully scanned. Do not fold or crease the QR code portion of the card. You can test the scan at home by downloading the BC Vaccine Card Verifier app.
Step 3: Show your card
Have your card ready when entering a business.
They'll look at your vaccine card and also check your government ID.
Enjoy events, businesses and services in B.C.
Feel safe knowing that everyone around you is vaccinated.
For more information access: Proof of full vaccination and the BC Vaccine Card - Province of British Columbia (gov.bc.ca)