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BC Federation of Retired Union


March, 2021


How to book your Phase 2 COVID-19 vaccination
for seniors 80 to 90+ years old

Posted March 5, 2021.


Individuals aged 90 and over can start calling March 8 to book appointments beginning March 15

Individuals aged 85-90 can start calling March 15 to book appointments starting March 22

Individuals aged 80-84 can start calling March 22 to book appointments beginning March 29


Information you need to book:

- legal name

- date of birth

- postal code

- personal health number from the back of your driver’s licence or BC services card


When you call, you will be given a list of local vaccination clinics to choose from.

The call agent will give an appointment time and location.

You will receive a text message or e-mail confirmation to the contact information you provided.


People should only call in when they are eligible. Anyone who misses their age-based dates can still call, book and be vaccinated at any time after they become eligible.

To avoid fraud, the province is warning people that the health authority will never ask people for their social insurance number, driver’s licence number, or banking and credit card details.



Following are the phone numbers for each health authority. You should call the health authority where you live. Phone lines will be open daily from 7 a.m . to 7 p.m. starting March 8.


Fraser Health: 1.855.755.2455

Interior Health: 1.877.740.7747

Island Health: 1.833.348.4787

Northern Health: 1.844.255.7555

Vancouver Coastal Health: 1.877.587.5767


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