[BCMA] BC Government Proof of Vaccination Statement

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Mon Aug 23 14:17:56 PDT 2021

Announced today, by order of the PHO, proof of vaccination will be required
to access some events, services, and businesses. Starting September 13, you
must have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. By October 24, you must
be fully vaccinated.

The requirement applies to all people born in 2009 or earlier (12+) and

   - *Indoor ticketed concerts, theatre, dance, symphony, and sporting
   - Indoor and outdoor dining at restaurants, pubs, and bars
   - Nightclubs and casinos
   - Movie theatres
   - Gyms, pools, and recreation facilities
      - Does not include youth recreational sport
   - Indoor high-intensity group exercise
   - *Indoor organized gatherings like weddings, parties, conferences,
   meetings, and workshops*
   - *Indoor organized group recreational classes and activities like
   pottery and art*
      - Does not include K to 12 schools and before and after school
   - Post-secondary on-campus student housing

Events, businesses, and services will ask to see your proof of vaccination
and valid government ID.

The requirement is in place until January 31, 2022, subject to extension.

*emphasis mine.

*Coming soon: B.C.'s vaccine card*

You'll be able to show your proof of vaccination easily using the B.C.
vaccine card website.

The secure website will be available for September 13 and will provide
confidential access to your proof of vaccination.

You'll be able to save your vaccine card to your smartphone and show it
when accessing events, services and businesses. A secure paper option will
also be available for September 13.

To access your B.C. vaccine card, you'll need to provide:

Date of birth
Personal Health Number (PHN)

To learn more, click here.

Lorenda Calvert
Programs Coordinator

Pronouns: she/her. To learn why pronouns are important, click here

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