Frequently Asked Questions

Information on COVID-19 Vaccination 🍁 Informations sur le vaccin contre la COVID-19

 

Knowing how to get vaccinated for COVID-19 can be confusing at times. The following information on the vaccination process can hopefully help you navigate it more smoothly. Official health regulations on a local, provincial and federal level can quickly change, and while we’ll update this guide based on these changes, we recommend you check your local regulations as well.

Ontario

  • Who is eligible in my province?

    • You can click here for information on Ontario’s vaccination plan, including up-to-date statistics, and how to book an appointment.

    • Ontario has a three-phase vaccination plan, if you scroll to Phase 2, you can find out more about eligible groups.

  • How can I book an appointment for a vaccine?

    • If you’re eligible, you can find a vaccination clinic and book an appointment here.

  • Recommended information resources:

  • Official Twitter accounts to follow:
    - Toronto Public Health @TOPublicHealth
    - Ontario Ministry of Health @ONThealth

  • How can I download my proof of vaccination
    • Find out how to obtain your proof of vaccination here.

Québec

(English will follow)


  • Qui est éligible dans ma province?

    • Vous pouvez cliquer ici pour plus d’information sur la campagne de vaccination au Québec, les groupes en cours de vaccination et la prise de rendez-vous pour se faire vacciner.

  • Comment puis-je prendre rendez-vous pour un vaccin?

    • Si vous êtes éligible, vous pouvez trouver une clinique de vaccination et prendre rendez-vous ici.
  • Comment puis-je obtenir mon passeport vaccinal?
    • Téléchargez l'appli VaxiCode ici.
  • Ressources d’informations recommandées:

    • Vous pouvez vous renseigner sur tout ce qui concerne la COVID-19 au Québec ici.

  • Comptes Twitter officiels à suivre :
    - Gouvernement du Québec @GouvQc
    - Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux @sante_qc

  • Who is eligible in my province?

    • You can click here for information on Québec’s vaccination campaign, including currently vaccinated groups and how to make an appointment.

  • How can I book an appointment for a vaccine?

    • If you’re eligible, you can find a vaccination clinic and book an appointment here.

  • How can I download my vaccination passport? 

    • Download the VaxiCode app here.
  • Recommended information resources:

    • You can find all COVID-19 related information relevant to Québec here.

  • Official Twitter accounts to follow:
    - Gouvernement du Québec @GouvQc
    - Ministry of Health and Social Services @sante_qc


Alberta

  • Who is eligible in my province?

    • You can click here for information on Alberta’s vaccine program, including who is eligible, up-to-date statistics, and how to book an appointment.

  • How can I book an appointment for a vaccine?

    • If you’re eligible, you can book an appointment at a pharmacy here, or through the AHS online booking tool here. You can also call 811.

  • How can I download my proof of vaccination? 

    • Find out how to obtain your proof of vaccination here.
  • Recommended information resources:

    • You can find all COVID-19 related information relevant to Alberta here.

  • Official Twitter accounts to follow:
    - Alberta Health @GoAHealth


British Columbia

  • Who is eligible in my province?

    • You can click here for information on BC’s vaccination eligibility and how to register.

  • How can I book an appointment for a vaccine?

    • If you’re eligible, you can register for a vaccine in three ways:

  1. Register online by going to the following link, scrolling down and clicking the ‘Register online’ button.

  2. Register by phone: call the following toll-free number 1-833-838-2323

  3. Register in-person at any Service BC.

  • How can I download my proof of vaccination?

    • Find out how to obtain your proof of vaccination here.
  • Recommended information resources 
  • You can find all COVID-19 related information relevant to BC here.

  • Official Twitter accounts to follow:
    - Government News center @BCGovNews
    - Provincial Health Services of BC @PHSAofBC

Additional Resources



This guide and its contents are not medical advice. Any questions you have about the vaccine and whether it is right for you should be directed to a healthcare provider. Vaccine eligibility criteria are determined by provincial and local governments and may be subject to change. Please check local government guidelines to confirm eligibility and what to bring to your appointment.