I don’t have a smartphone. How can I access the vaccine passport?

Are there options for folks like me?

Beth

Beth

Victoria, BC

First, see if you can get somebody with access to a computer to help you. They can help you navigate the process and print the card for you. If you or your helper don’t have a printer, you can try a local public library.

You can also order a paper copy of the vaccine passport over the phone. Call 1-833-838-2323 (or 7-1-1 for the deaf) between 7 am and 7 pm daily. Translators are available. 

You can even get a paper copy of your passport in-person at most Service BC offices.

Check the BC government’s guidance on getting a vaccine card for more information.

David Kandestin

David Kandestin

People's Law School
  • Reviewed in September 2021
  • This information applies to British Columbia, Canada

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