Information for residents of British Columbia about COVID-19. Translated materials and services, with telephone services for the deaf are available here.
Provincial restrictions are in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Some restrictions are made by the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) under the Public Health Act and others are made under the Emergency Program Act (EPA). Most orders can be enforced by police and compliance and enforcement officials.
By order of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO), events and gatherings that are against current restrictions can result in people and businesses receiving violation tickets for non-compliance.
Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus. Non-medical information about COVID-19 is available 7:30am-8pm, 7 days a week at 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319).
Here you will find the latest data on COVID-19 cases in British Columbia, including COVID-19 Dashboard, weekly situation reports, maps showing COVID-19 cases in BC.
The survey asked BC residents about their experience, knowledge and actions early in the COVID-19 pandemic. The results look at risk perception as well as any broader impacts of COVID-19. The BC COVID-19 SPEAK Survey was funded by the BCCDC Foundation for Public Health
First Nations Health Authority (FNHA)
Latest information on COVID-19 and related news for BC First Nations.
Latest information on COVID-19 specific to those living in the Interior Health region.
Latest information on COVID-19 specific to those living in the Island Health region.
Latest information on COVID-19 specific to those living in the Northern Health region.
Vancouver Coastal Health
Latest information on COVID-19 specific to those living in the Vancouver Coastal Health region.
Latest information on COVID-19 specific to those living in the Fraser Health region.
Impacts on Substance Use
Information on the impacts of COVID-19 on substance use in Canada from the Canadian Centre on Substance Use.
BCAAFC: COVID-19 Support Resources
Information and supports for Indigenous peoples living in urban areas and away from home (Inuit, Métis, and First Nation People who are not living on a reserve they hold membership with).
The Road to Safety: Indigenous Survivors in BC Speak Out against Intimate Partner Violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Report from the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres (BCAAFC), Battered Women's Support Services (BWWS), and University of Victoria regarding intimate partner violence experienced by Indigenous women and gender diverse people in BC during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Métis Nation BC (MNBC)
Information on COVID-19 Emergency Shelter Program and Application for Métis citizens.
Virtual Mental Health Supports for all British Columbians during COVID-19
Virtual services are available for British Columbians who are experiencing anxiety, depression or other mental health challenges.
COVID-19 Safe Schools
Enhanced health and safety measures and learning groups are helping to keep K to 12 students safe during COVID-19. Find information on safety measures and protocols actively in place across BC, learning groups in schools, links to known school exposures by health authority, supports for students and families, and what to expect in- and outside-the-classroom.
COVID-19 Support for Income and Disability Assistance
New emergency measures are in place to ensure that people on income or disability assistance and low-income seniors do not encounter additional barriers.
COVID-19 Support for People with Disabilities
New emergency measures are in place for people on income or disability assistance, adults with disabilities, youth and children with disabilities and their families, and low-income seniors.