vaccination registry

Kids aged 5 to 11 are getting COVID-19 vaccines at community clinics around B.C., like this one in Victoria, Nov. 29, 2021. (B.C. government photo)

Vaccine clinic open for kids in Kelowna today

Parents can book an appointment online

 

Morning Star file photo
The Vernon swimming pool will host free events Sunday and Monday.

UPDATE: COVID-19 closes Vernon pool viewing area

Additional revisions made to provincial health officer’s order on gatherings and events this week

 

Vernon’s Squires Four Pub closed Wednesday, Oct. 27, due to the vaccination passports required to be shown by patrons. The pub opened in 1986. It’s unclear if the closure is permanent. (Laurell Cornell photo)

Vernon establishment blames passports for closure

Squires Four Pub closed doors, for the time being, Wednesday, Oct. 27

 

At least one downtown Vernon restaurant, The Fig, has stated that it will not discriminate against vaccination status, despite the latest provincial health order to come in effect Sept. 13. (The Fig Facebook post)

Vaccination passports get mixed response from Vernon businesses

Majority surveyed by Chamber of Commerce support proof of vaccination

At least one downtown Vernon restaurant, The Fig, has stated that it will not discriminate against vaccination status, despite the latest provincial health order to come in effect Sept. 13. (The Fig Facebook post)
Vaccine clinics will be busy as thousands of British Columbians sign up for their first dose in wake of B.C. vaccine card announcement. (Phil McLachlan/Kelowna Capital News)

Vaccine bookings triple days after B.C. vaccine card announced

Vaccines will be required in certain social and recreation settings by Sep. 13

Vaccine clinics will be busy as thousands of British Columbians sign up for their first dose in wake of B.C. vaccine card announcement. (Phil McLachlan/Kelowna Capital News)
BC Ferries vessel Northern Adventure. The Annual General Meeting of B.C. Ferry Authority and the Annual Public Meeting of British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. is taking place Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021.
(Courtesy of BC Ferries)

No need for vaccine certificates to board BC Ferries

The new mask mandate will apply to their sailings, however

BC Ferries vessel Northern Adventure. The Annual General Meeting of B.C. Ferry Authority and the Annual Public Meeting of British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. is taking place Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021.
(Courtesy of BC Ferries)
Interior Health will host a drop-in immunization clinic in Lake Country Sunday, Aug. 15, from 12-3 p.m. at Intrigue Wines for area residents who are looking for their first or second dose. (Black Press - file photo)

Drop-in COVID-19 vaccine clinic pops up at Lake Country winery

Intrigue Wines will host Interior Health clinic Sunday, Aug. 15, from 12-3 p.m. and you could win one of two $150 prizes

Interior Health will host a drop-in immunization clinic in Lake Country Sunday, Aug. 15, from 12-3 p.m. at Intrigue Wines for area residents who are looking for their first or second dose. (Black Press - file photo)
Salvador Martinez gets his first vaccination at his work, Hytec Kohler, thanks to Interior Health providing a clinic at the industrial site near Vernon. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

Interior Health youth poked and prompted to make vaccines trendy

Health region surpasses 425,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines

Salvador Martinez gets his first vaccination at his work, Hytec Kohler, thanks to Interior Health providing a clinic at the industrial site near Vernon. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)
Interior Health is urging anyone aged 18 and older to register for vaccination — May 1, 2021. (File photo)

Interior Health urges all adults to register as vaccinations ramp up

Anyone 18 and older can register on the province’s Get Vaccinated system today

Interior Health is urging anyone aged 18 and older to register for vaccination — May 1, 2021. (File photo)