Last updated: April 30, 2021
COVID-19 Vaccine for Musqueam Members
Close to 1,000 community members received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine in March. Musqueam’s leadership and health department worked hard to advocate for enough vaccines for the entire Musqueam community. We are pleased to be closer to our goal of fully immunizing all of Musqueam against COVID-19.
If you are Indigenous, but not a Musqueam band member, visit BC’s vaccination booking page for information on how to get vaccinated.
Did you miss your first dose of the vaccine?
If you missed the Musqueam COVID-19 vaccine clinics (dose 1), you can still register for your vaccination through Musqueam Health.
A vaccination clinic will be held on Tuesday, May 4 for anyone still needing their first vaccine dose.
Register for your first dose by contacting:
- Hannah Green: 236-818-7686
- Arlene Haldane: 604-655-0580
- Ashlee Point or Candice Sparkes: 604-263-3261
Please have your BC Service Card (CareCard) number ready.
Information about dose 2 vaccine clinics (this summer) is coming soon.
Approved vaccines are free, and there are currently two vaccines approved in Canada:
At this time, neither vaccine is approved for children. We do not know which vaccine will be available to Musqueam yet, but members aged 16+ are encouraged to register in the event that Musqueam is allocated the Pfizer vaccine.
Members who have questions or concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine, please call or email:
- Claudia Piotrowska, COVID Liaison, 604-417-7391, [email protected]
- Crystal Point, Community Health Nurse, 604-362-9200, [email protected]
Additional COVID-19 vaccine resources
- First Nations Health Authority: What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine
- BC Centre for Disease Control: COVID-19 Vaccine Information
- BC Government’s COVID-19 Immunization Plan