B.C.'s COVID-19 vaccine timeline has just been released and it includes four phases to get vaccines to everyone who wants them. \nThe province is currently in Phase 1 of the rollout plan and the final phase is set to conclude in September 2021. \nEditor's Choice: Trudeau Says To 'Cancel' Any Trips You Have Planned, Even Within Canada\n\n \n\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nOur immunization rollout will guide us through the spring and summer, ensuring that those who are most in need of the vaccine will receive it as soon as possible."\n\n\nHealth Minister, Adrian Dix\n\n\n"Phase 1 has had more than 103,000 people in B.C. receiving their first dose of vaccine and second doses are underway," the province explained in a press release. \nThe immunization plan takes an age-based approach with the province's older folks receiving their vaccines first. \nPhase 1 will finish in February and includes:\n\nStaff and residents of long-term care and assisted living facilities as well as essential visitors\nPeople awaiting long-term care\nHospital health care workers who care for COVID-19 patients \nB.C.'s remote and isolated Indigenous communities \n\nPhase 2 runs from February to March includes the following:\n\nAll seniors who are 80-years-old and above\nIndigenous seniors who are 65-years-old and above, Elders, and additional communities \nHospital staff, community GPs and other medical specialists \nVulnerable populations in "select congregated settings"\nCommunity home support workers and nurses for seniors \n\nNext, Phase 3 which is from April to June includes everyone aged 79 to 60 and people from 69 to 16 who are "clinically extremely vulnerable."\n\nFinally, Phase 4 will take place from July to September and includes everyone from age 59 to 18. \n"At every step, our plan puts the health and safety of our most vulnerable people at the centre, and when it's your turn, I encourage everyone to get their COVID-19 vaccine and help us move forward, together, to a healthier province," said John Horgan in a press release.