Starting at 8 a.m. Tuesday, born in 1950 and earlier (71 and older), Indigenous people 18 and older, and those deemed clinically vulnerable can register to book their vaccine appointment through the province's Get Vaccinated system.
The province faced criticism last month for not having an online registration system ready to go when Phase 2 of the age-based vaccination program began, as call centres in each health authority were initially overwhelmed.
All eligible adults in BC will be able to book their vaccine appointments online beginning this week.
The changes in the vaccine rollout come as B.C.is managing a surge in infections.
The province's long-awaited online vaccine booking system launches Tuesday which will allow millions of British Columbians to book their COVID-19 vaccine appointment. The online system launches as B.C. saw three days in a row of daily COVID-19 cases topping 1,000.
Currently, the Fraser Health is the only health authority with an online booking system.
After you register, you will be given a confirmation number, which you will need to book your actual appointment.
Once registered, adults will wait for officials to contact them by phone or by email to book an appointment for their shot.
The new provincial website will be available in 12 languages. People can register online at gov.bc.ca/getvaccinated, by telephone through a provincial call centre at 1-833-838-2323 or in-person at the nearest Service BC location.
Those who don't have a PHN can only register by phone or in person at Service B.C.
People aged 55 to 65 on the Lower Mainland are still eligible to receive the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine at a participating pharmacy near them, and the province said it will announce details about expanding the program to other regions in the days ahead.