The first COVID-19 vaccines have been approved by Health Canada and are now being distributed across the country.
Provided by Health Canada, this infographic gives an overview of the process vaccines go through to ensure they are effective and safe.
Some of the most common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine are answered on this poster.
The Government of Canada’s webpage on the vaccine. Contains information on which vaccines are approved and how they work.
Vaccine information from the BC Centre of Disease Control.
University of British Columbia’s Dr. Manish Sadarangani answers your questions about the vaccine. Webinar originally aired on January 21, 2021.
SafeCare BC has developed a Q&A to help you answer some of the most common questions your staff may have.
A flyer created during a SciBeh 2020 Virtual Workshop. Information on how you can deal with COVID misinformation.
As of December 2020, vaccines are being delivered regularly to locations in all health authorities in B.C. Groups will receive the vaccine in phases. We are currently in phase two, which is set to last between February 2021 – April 2021
Continuing Care Workers
Long-term Care and Assisted Living Staff
The COVID-19 vaccine is currently being rolled out to workers in long-term care and assisted living.
Home and Community Care Staff
The home and community care sector will receive vaccinations in phase two, starting February.
Independent Living Staff
Workers in Independent living organizations that are not co-located with assisted living are not in phase one of the vaccine rollout.