Phone: 311Fax: 250-561-7724
City of Prince George1100 Patricia Blvd.Prince George, British Columbia V2L 3V9
The Prince George COVID-19 vaccine clinic is located at Parkwood Place Shopping Centre and has with the current COVID-19 testing location to form the "Prince George COVID-19 Testing & Immunization Centre".
The new location will be
#175-1600 15th Avenue (in Parkwood Place, near the Cineplex theatre).
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Northern Health has launched a COVID-19 Online Clinic and Information Line to help answer questions and concerns from Northern B.C. residents. The NH COVID-19 Online Clinic and Information Line can be reached at 1-844-645-7811.
Northern Health also has an online COVID-19 Test booking system for people who are physically located in the Northern Health Region and who will need to access a Northern Health testing location.
If you believe you are showing symptoms, the BC Ministry of Health has a self-assessment tool to help determine if you need monitoring or testing for COVID-19.
A mobile app version of the tool is also available that includes features that let users receive updates, alerts, and information from trusted sources.
Seniors who need help during the COVID-19 pandemic may phone the B.C. 2-1-1 helpline, which was recently expanded to cover the whole province.
For more information, call
The City of Prince George has compiled a list of resources to help businesses and their employees access current and accurate information during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The City is also working with local organizations to support the business community through the SupportPG.ca website.
The BC Government has tasked viaSport to provide guidelines on the "Return to Sport" initiative, which seeks to re-introduce sports into communities while operating safely. The British Columbia’s Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA) was also asked to develop a set of guidelines for municipal governments, regional districts and community groups for re-opening and operating recreation and parks safely during the pandemic.
The protocols below provide guidance around occupational health and safety for sports and recreation activities.