COVID-19 Vaccine Card Requirements
BC is requiring proof of vaccination for people 12 and older to access some events, services, and businesses. Know before you go.
RUNVAN® is also requiring proof of full vaccination to register for and attend this year’s event.
For BC residents:
- Visit gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard to download or print a copy of your BC Vaccine Card which contains a digital QR code.
- Full vaccination is required for RUNVAN® events
Out-of-province visitors must show:
- Provincially/territorially officially recognized vaccine record
- Valid government photo ID
- A printable document that includes all Canadian proof of vaccination records will be available soon.
International visitors must show:
- Proof of vaccination they used to enter Canada (all international visitors entering Canada will have used ArriveCAN)
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