Information you can trust about COVID-19


Some Interior Health programs, services and sites have had to change their hours because of COVID-19. Please call ahead if you are unsure about a previously scheduled appointment. Visit Find Us on for locations and regular operating hours.


School exposures

We partner with school districts to share information when there are COVID-19 exposures at schools. When a case of COVID-19 is confirmed, IH public health works quickly to determine close contacts, and contacts parents/guardians of students who are considered to be at risk. New: visit the BCCDC's K-12 Schools and COVID-19 page and download the…


Mobile Immunization Clinic Schedule

Interior Health has launched mobile immunization clinics that will travel throughout the Interior Health region offering easy access, same-day immunization for people to get their first dose. There are three separate mobile teams: a north and south team each targeting rural and remote communities and other hard to reach populations, and an urban team targeting…


COVID-19 vaccine information

  How to get your first dose vaccine Everyone 12 + (born in 2009 or earlier) can get their first dose of the vaccine at our drop-in hours, at our mobile clinics, or by appointment. Visit our COVID-19 Immunization Clinic page for clinic locations and times. You can register for a first dose appointment through…


COVID-19 Immunization Clinics

You can get your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at drop-in clinic times, at our mobile clinics, or by appointment. Second doses are by appointment only.   To find out more about making your second dose appointment, visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Information page. Appointment times and dates for each location are available at the…


Vaccines for Youth

If you're born in 2009 or earlier (12+), you're eligible to get vaccinated. Getting vaccinated is easy. You can go to your appointment by yourself, make plans with friends to get appointments at the same time or ask a parent or trusted adult to help you.  Under the Infants Act, you can give consent as a…


Testing information

Use the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool to determine if you need a test for COVID-19.  In B.C. COVID-19 testing is done for people that have compatible COVID like symptoms, however mild, and those who have been sent for testing by their health care provider (physician or nurse practitioner) or public health. If you are a contact of a…


journey2immunity: Vaccine Resources for Stakeholders

BC and the Interior Health region are on the #journey2immunity. Help spread the message to register for the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are messages and resources you can use and share, and actions you can take! Get Registered and Get the Vaccine The journey to recovery and reopening is through our province’s COVID-19 vaccination program –…


Operating a business during COVID-19

Stay up-to-date with Provincial Restrictions Keep up to date with the latest on provincial wide restrictions that may affect the operation of your business. Public Health Orders must be followed and may be subject to change. BCCDC has general resources for safely continuing to operate as well as a summary of the latest changes.  Please…

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