COVID-19 Frequently asked questions
For the 2021/2022 academic year, public post-secondary institutions are required to follow the province’s COVID-19 Return-to-Campus guidelines [PDF].
On Sept. 7, 2021, VCC resumed in-person, on-campus services for employees, students, and the public. Some departments are offering both on-campus and online services. Details about each service area can be found on their individual webpages.
The most up-to-date COVID-19-related information from the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) is available at the Government of B.C.'s COVID-19 website.
If you require advice regarding a potential COVID-19 case, please call 8-1-1 or visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for information and guidance.
Direct link: https://www.vcc.ca/covid-19/faqs/#q-7369299
The PHO has lifted B.C.'s indoor mask order, effective Friday, March 11, 2022, at 12:01 a.m. At VCC, face coverings will be optional for people in all indoor public areas, however, people may still want to continue wearing a mask based on personal choice.
Direct link: https://www.vcc.ca/covid-19/faqs/#q-7369302
If you are feeling unwell, do not come to a VCC campus. Please stay home and consult with a doctor or nurse practitioner or use the B.C. COVID-19 Self-assessment Tool for help in determining your next steps. You can also call 8-1-1 for help with assessing your symptoms.
Direct link: https://www.vcc.ca/covid-19/faqs/#q-7369303
COVID-19 testing centres can be found across the province. Search for a nearby site using the B.C. COVID-19 Collection Centre Dashboard.
Direct link: https://www.vcc.ca/covid-19/faqs/#q-7369304
Vaccination is the best line of defence we have against COVID-19. VCC strongly encourages all students and employees who are eligible and able, to get vaccinated.
Vaccine clinics are organized by each health authority. Search by community to find a drop-in clinic near you.