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Your Information for COVID-19 Immunization

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Vaccine Queue
Calculator

Groups that are more vulnerable to COVID-19 are prioritized for vaccination. 

When is it your turn? Simply type in your age, answer a few questions, and you’ll find out where you are in the eligibility line-up. 

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Current Eligibility
Criteria

Vaccines are now available – check here to learn who is eligible.

Only those who are in the ‘eligible groups’ are invited to call the toll free number to make an appointment.

Current Immunization Sites

Plan Your Appointment – It’s easy to find an immunization site with this up to date list. Once you are eligible for a vaccine, check here for a clinic closest to you. Remember that sites will open and close throughout the immunization program so check back here for the most up-to-date list.

Appointments in Manitoba immunization clinics are currently only available to people who meet the eligibility criteria.

Pop-Up Sites
Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites are now being launched in rural and northern Manitoba communities. Eligible for your shot? Check the map for a location close to you and make an appointment

Focused Immunization Teams
Focused Immunization Teams are mobile vaccine teams who have travelled throughout the province delivering first and second dose vaccines to personal care homes. They are now visiting additional group living sites providing first-dose vaccines.

AstraZeneca/COVIDSHIELD Vaccine Site
For those eligible for the AstraZeneca vaccine, use the Vaccine Shot Finder to search for a medical clinic or pharmacy near you. Simply click on the pin and make an appointment for your shot directly with the pharmacy or clinic.

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Booking Your
Appointment

Know your place in line! There are over a million Manitobans and everyone will get their turn, but it does take some planning and patience.

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Work at an
Immunization Site

It will take many helping hands to make this historic COVID-19 immunization program a success. You can help protect people from COVID-19 and save lives. Positions are available for those with a variety of skills and experiences. If you want to take action and be a part of Manitoba’s immunization effort, click to learn about current opportunities.

Q&A

QUESTION:

I don’t want to go to my vaccine appointment alone, can I bring someone with me?

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QUESTION:

I am employed by an eligible setting, but I work from home. Am I eligible to be immunized?

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I work part time. Is there a set amount of hours or shifts I have to work before I am eligible?

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I don’t see my specific profession or job listed. Am I eligible?

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More Myths & Facts

MYTH:

The COVID-19 vaccine contains harmful chemicals.

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MYTH:

COVID-19 is no worse than the seasonal flu.

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MYTH:

Vitamin D supplements can prevent or even treat COVID-19, so I don’t need a vaccine.

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MYTH:

The COVID-19 mRNA vaccine will alter my DNA.

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“We have a large, skilled group of health care professionals ready to do their part. I’m committed to keeping Manitobans informed about the facts, and invite everyone to step up and get their shot. Be part of a movement that will make everyone’s life better.”

Dr. Joss Reimer
Medical Lead of Manitoba’s Vaccine Implementation Task Force

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Our Stories

Brian Pallister, Premier of Manitoba

Brian Pallister, Premier of Manitoba

This morning I received my first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, administered by Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief provincial public health officer at Winnipeg’s immunization Super-Site, located in the RBC Convention Centre. 

This morning I received my first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, administered by Dr. Brent Roussin, Manitoba’s chief provincial public health officer at Winnipeg’s immunization Super-Site, located in the RBC Convention Centre. 


Tom, St. Amant Resident

Tom, St. Amant Resident

Tom, a resident at St. Amant, recently got his COVID-19 vaccine and shared that he is looking forward to being able to leave the building again and go on outings, and maybe even have a vacation! 

Tom hopes everyone will stay healthy and safe. He also said the needle didn’t hurt, and he felt fine after his shot.

Tom, a resident at St. Amant, recently got his COVID-19 vaccine and shared that he is looking forward to being able to leave the building again and go on outings, and maybe even have a vacation!  Tom hopes everyone will stay healthy and safe. He also said the needle didn’t hurt, and he felt fine […]

Joni Wilson, Director, Pandemic Response, Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin

Joni Wilson, Director, Pandemic Response, Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin

As the Director of Pandemic Response for Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM), I’ve worked in partnership with Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) to support northern First Nations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the Director of Pandemic Response for Keewatinohk Inniniw Minoayawin Inc. (KIM), I’ve worked in partnership with Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO) to support northern First Nations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Marielle Gagne, Recreation Instructor, St. Amant Centre

Marielle Gagne, Recreation Instructor, St. Amant Centre

For me, getting the vaccine shot means relief, that life can return to semi-normal. I feel confident that I won’t be passing COVID on to others or getting it as our chances of being infected will be lower. With immunization, we’ll have more freedom to return to normal life sooner. 

COVID-19 has impacted my work and life because safety precautions had to be implemented at St. Amant, adding stress and making me more worried about other viruses that might be out there. Activities are limited for the individuals we care for. For example, everything is one-on-one with no group activities. We aren’t allowed to take the individuals we support outside the building unless it’s on the grounds. In my personal life, we can’t just get up and go anywhere without being masked, and we can’t visit friends or have friends over. We’re always cautious of our 6-foot-space for social distancing. 

If I had to say something to people who are hesitant about the vaccine, I would ask them if they want life to return to normal more quickly. The vaccine is to protect the people we love and it’s not only about them, it’s about everyone. Once everyone has had their vaccine shot, I would like people not to take life for granted and to be grateful for what you had pre-pandemic and post-pandemic. I know that getting the vaccine is a personal decision, but if you want things to go back to normal, just remember when other vaccines first came out—people were hesitant but it worked out for the best.

For me, getting the vaccine shot means relief, that life can return to semi-normal. I feel confident that I won’t be passing COVID on to others or getting it as our chances of being infected will be lower. With immunization, we’ll have more freedom to return to normal life sooner.  COVID-19 has impacted my work […]

Additional Resources

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine from official sources.