Eligibility & General Booking Info
For children aged 5-11
: Parents and caregivers can begin making first-dose appointments for eligible children on Monday, Nov. 22 at 6 a.m. online
or by calling 1-844-626-8222
(1-844-MAN-VACC) . Children must be five years old at the time the appointment is booked.
It is recommended that you wait 56 days (8 weeks)
after your first dose, however you may receive your second dose as early as 28 days (4 weeks)
after your first dose.
3rd doses of mRNA vaccine are available to:
-anyone aged 18 years
or older 6 months after their second dose. You may receive your dose at any site administering COVID-19 vaccines
To book at a super-site or provincial pop-up clinic call 1-844-626-8222
(1-844-MAN-VACC) or book online
1) Arrive on time, or a maximum 15 minutes early
2) Bring identification (& your health card if you have one)
3) Bring your consent form
4) Wear a mask
5) Wear a short-sleeved shirt
Immunization Records & Card
Find your immunization records
here. You will need a MB health card to access these records online.
Fourteen days after your 2nd immunization, you are fully immunized and eligible to receive your Immunization card
. If you do not have a MB health card, you are still eligible to receive an immunization card but you will need to call 1-844-626-8222
(1-844-MAN-VACC) for assistance.
Vaccine Finder Tools
ProtectMB Vaccine Finder
(by Manitoba Government) Displays Super Sites, Pop-up Clinics, Urban Indigenous Clinics, Pharmacies & Medical Clinics offering vaccinations
(by Doctors Manitoba)
Find Your Immunization
(by Vaccine Hunters Canada - search by postal code)
Sobeys / Safeway / FreshCo Appointment Scheduler
Walmart Appointment Scheduler
Please call 1-844-626-8222
(1-844-MAN-VACC) to book an appointment or visit ProtectMB Vaccine Finder
to determine potential walk-in appointment hours.
: Thompson Regional Community Centre 274 Thompson Drive North
: 304 Whitmore Avenue East
: Keystone Centre #1 1175 18th Street
: Access Event Centre 111-D Gilmour St.
: Downtown RBC Convention Centre 375 York Avenue
: Former site of Selkirk and District General Hospital 100 Easton Drive
: Gimli Recreation Centre 45 Centennial Road
: 294 Lumber Avenue
Urban Indigenous Clinics
These clinics are primarily available for people who self-identity as First Nations (status or non-status), Metis or Inuit or people who share a household with someone who identifies as Indigenous. They are also available for those who may face barriers in booking a vaccination appointment such as those who are houseless. Appointments at these clinics may be booked but walk-in appointments are also available daily. An Elder or traditional Knowledge Keeper will be at sites regularly, and traditional ceremony, smudging and traditional medicines may also be offered
: Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre 4 Nelson Rd
: Brandon Friendship Centre 205 College Ave
(Site phone: 204-573-7239
Portage la Prairie
: William Glesby Centre 11 2nd St. NE
(Site phone: 204-240-7272
: Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre 181 Higgins Ave
(Site phone: 204-925-3742
: Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre - Win Gardner Place 363 McGregor Ave
(Site phone: 204-599-6551
There are many pop-up clinics operating at various times and locations throughout the province. Please visit ProtectMB Vaccine Finder
to find a clinic near you!