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Are the COVID-19 vaccine clinics inclusive and accessible (free of barriers, can be used independently by all people)?
Are the COVID-19 vaccine clinics inclusive and accessible (free of barriers, can be used independently by all people)? Is transportation available to the clinics? Can someone give me the COVID-19 vaccine in my home?
Many health care settings are inclusive and accessible for all British Columbians. Please contact the clinic directly if you have booked your COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy or health unit. For accessibility information at other vaccine clinics, please phone the COVID-19 call centre at 1-833-838-2323. It is open seven days a week, 7 am to 7 pm. Translators are available.
- Outside Canada and the USA: 1-604-681-4261
- Telephone for the Deaf: Dial 711
- Video Relay Services (VRS) sign language interpretation is available and free for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired.
As locations and services vary throughout BC, please contact your local health unit to ask about transportation to clinics or COVID-19 vaccination at-home services in your. If you live in an independent living facility or receive long-term home support, you will get a booster dose from a health care worker who visits you.
Date last reviewed:
Tuesday, May 10, 2022