All Manitobans over 6 months of age are eligible for the seasonal flu shot. It’s especially recommended for those at increased risk of serious illness from the flu, their caregivers and close contacts.
Which Bivalent Booster
Should I Get?
Health Canada has approved two COVID-19 bivalent booster vaccines:
• Moderna bivalent booster: targets the original virus strain as well as omicron BA.1 subvariant. It was approved for use by anyone who is age 18 and over.
• Pfizer bivalent booster: targets the original virus strain as well as omicron BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants. It was approved for use by anyone who is age 12 and over.
Adults may receive either a Moderna or a Pfizer bivalent booster dose. Children aged 12 to 17 will receive the Pfizer bivalent because it is the only one approved for their age group.
Both bivalent vaccines provide protection against the circulating strains of omicron. There is no evidence indicating one bivalent vaccine is more effective than the other. If you have already received one omicron-containing bivalent vaccine as part of a fall COVID-19 vaccine booster program, you are not eligible for another.
Click the type of vaccine you’re looking for and any other details. When you find the location that’s right for you, click on the icon on the map for more information, including how to book your appointment.
You can book an appointment directly with many medical clinics and pharmacies, or book your appointment at one of the regional vaccine clinics being held across the province.
You can book an appointment directly with many medical clinics and pharmacies, or at one of the regional vaccine clinics being held across the province.
Booking your appointment is easy! Book online or by phone.
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COVID-19 Vaccine for Youth & Kids
The vaccine helps protect young people against the virus, and helps to reduce the spread to their families, friends and within the community. Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine for youth aged 12 to 17, the pediatric vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11, and the vaccine for kids 4 and under.
Protecting our community works best when we all do our part.
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