Public exposure notification

Travellers and staff are advised regarding potential measles exposure on flights and at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) on November 23, 2023.

Learn more about the exposure and what to do if you think you were exposed.

Learn more about the measles, signs and symptoms and immunizations.

Close up of a baby getting a Vaccine at the Doctor's Office

Reminder from VCH Medical Health Officers

Make the COVID-19 and influenza vaccines a priority

In B.C., everyone six months and older is recommended to get the newest COVID-19 XBB.1.5 vaccine and the annual influenza vaccine, especially those at greatest risk from infection including children under five years of age, adults 65 years and older, pregnant people and those with some chronic conditions.

Get vaccinated

Resources for health-care providers

    • VCH Quick Reference for Publicly Funded Seasonal Influenza Vaccines

Immunization resources

Immunization after care for children

Outbreaks & pandemics

Community vaccine provider resources

What vaccines do I need if i'm 50 or older?

Communicable disease control

Immunization for infants and young children

Immunization for adults

Child Health Passport

Immunization coverage

Immunization records

Immunization for school-age children