A parent, caregiver, or trusted adult, can register all children born in 2009 or earlier (12+) in a household or group who need to get vaccinated. Following registration, the parent only needs to book 1 appointment.
For example, if a you only needs to get a 13 year old and a 16 year old vaccinated, register both. When you get a booking notification for either child, only book 1 appointment. Take both children to the appointment and both will get vaccinated.
You can also book separate appointments for each child.
I am an adult and already have my vaccine appointment booked
You can bring your children with you and all get vaccinated at the same time. You don’t need to make your children an appointment. To save time at the vaccine clinic, it’s best to register children before you arrive.
I am an adult and still need to book my vaccine appointment
As the adult, first you need to register and then book your appointment. Then you can bring your children with you and get vaccinated at the same time. You don’t need to make your children an appointment. To save time at the vaccine clinic, it’s best to register children before you arrive.
Register online or by phone
When you register, you must provide a child’s Personal Health Number.
Depending on the child’s age, you can find their Personal Health Number on the back of their B.C. driver’s licence, BC Services Card or CareCard.