Information on the federal proof of vaccination and where to find your immunization record.
Last updated: June 20, 2022
The BC Vaccine Card is no longer required to access events, services and business in B.C. You may need proof of vaccination for international travel.
Proof of vaccination is no longer required to board a plane or train in Canada. This applies only to travel within Canada and flights or trains leaving Canada.
If you are entering Canada from another country, you must continue to follow all entry requirements such as vaccination and testing. Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 may be required for to enter other countries and for passengers and crew on cruise ships.
The provincial proof of vaccination requirement has been lifted There is no Provincial Health Officer order requiring events, services or businesses to check proof of vaccination.
If you received one or more doses of COVID-19 vaccine in another province or country, submit proof of an official immunization record. It will be entered into the Provincial Immunization Registry.
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When you get vaccinated, your vaccination information is added to the province’s immunization registry.
When you get vaccinated, your vaccination information will be entered into the electronic Provincial Immunization Registry (along with your other vaccination history).
You can access your immunization record online or request a printed copy by phone or at a Service BC office. You will be asked to provide information such as your name, Personal Health Number and date of birth to confirm your identity.