Current Immunization Sites
Where to Get the Vaccine
It’s easy to find an immunization site with this map. When you find the location that’s right for you, click on the icon on the map for more information, including how to book.
These are permanent, larger immunization locations, and there is at least one Super-Site in every regional health authority. Once you’re eligible, you can book online or by phone. You can also request interpreter services or ASL services at Super-Sites. Take a tour of the RBC Convention Centre Super-Site to learn how easy it is to get vaccinated.
Pop-Up Clinics provide access in communities where people may not be able to get to a Super-Site. They are only open on certain days, so check the map for details. Most Pop-Up Clinic appointments can be made by phone, however, the clinics in The Pas and Flin Flon offer walk-in service only.
Urban Indigenous Clinics
Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinics provide culturally safe supports to people who might otherwise face barriers accessing immunization. A mix of appointments and walk-in vaccinations are available. When possible, child minding or children’s activity kits will be offered to support parents who may not be able to make other arrangements for child care. An Elder or traditional Knowledge Keeper will be at the sites regularly, and traditional ceremony, smudging, and traditional medicines may also be offered. Clinics are located in Thompson, Winnipeg, Brandon and Portage la Prairie for First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples.
Medical Clinics and Pharmacies
Individuals who are eligible for the AstraZeneca / Covishield vaccine can make their appointment at medical clinics or pharmacies. More information about whether vaccines are available and how to make your appointment are listed for each location.
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Medical Lead of Manitoba’s Vaccine Implementation Task Force
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