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There is no central registry of all immunizations provided in BC.  You can find information on locating immunization records here

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If you are eligible for the publicly funded (free) hepatitis A and/or B vaccines, you can get vaccinated at your local public health unit or pharmacy (most but not all pharmacists in BC provide vaccines). Some family doctors also provide vaccines.  

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There is no central registry of all immunizations provided in BC.

If you were immunized at a school clinic, your local public health unit should have a record of your immunizations.  You can find the contact information for public health units in BC here

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