Rapid Antigen Test kits are available for UBC students, faculty, and staff while on campus with the presentation of a UBC identification card. 
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As we approach the end of the 2021/22 Winter Session, we are seeing vibrancy return to our campuses.

Whether you have been working on campus through the pandemic or have recently returned to campus, thank you for your contributions towards the university’s teaching, learning, research and operations activities. 

As we continue to support activity on our campuses, we remain committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for UBC community members. On this page, you can find information, resources, and updates about UBC’s response to COVID-19 and what the university is doing to support you. 


Get vaccinated!

We strongly recommend that all UBC community members get vaccinated and if eligible, receive their booster dose, which minimizes the severity of illness and transmission to others. In BC, vaccines are available to everyone aged 12 and older, including incoming international students who can receive their vaccinations after arriving in Canada. You can learn more at https://immunizebc.ca.

British Columbia’s coordinated response

Within British Columbia, Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry, the BC Centre for Disease Control, Ministry of Health and Vancouver Coastal Health are leading the coordinated response to COVID-19.

Learn about BC’s Restart plan and the COVID-19 Return-to-Campus Guidelines.

We also encourage you to visit the BC Centre for Disease Control website for the latest information. The Government of Canada has an information line at 1 833 784 4397.