COVID-19 Vaccination Program

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As of April 12, 2021 more than 20 per cent of Manitobans 18 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a significant milestone in the fight against COVID-19.

There are currently five super sites operating in Winnipeg, Selkirk, Brandon, Morden and Thompson, with plans underway for more locations to open in the weeks ahead. Vaccines have also been delivered to personal care homes, congregate living facilities and other sites by Focused Immunization Teams. Pop-up clinics have been delivered in dozens of communities across the province.

This will be the largest immunization campaign in the province’s history and the next step in protecting Manitobans from the pandemic. The vaccine is one tool we can use to help reduce the risk of COVID-19. If we all get immunized, we can protect ourselves, protect our families and protect Manitoba.

As part of our public engagement efforts, the Honourable Heather Stefanson, Minister of Health and Seniors Care along with Dr. Brent Roussin, Dr. Joss Reimer and Johanu Botha from the vaccine implementation task force host telephone town halls with Manitobans from across the province, focused on answering questions on the province's COVID-19 immunization plans. Listen to the recordings below.

April 15, 2021 - Winnipeg Telephone Town Hall



April 13, 2021 - Rural and Northern Telephone Town Hall


As of April 12, 2021 more than 20 per cent of Manitobans 18 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a significant milestone in the fight against COVID-19.

There are currently five super sites operating in Winnipeg, Selkirk, Brandon, Morden and Thompson, with plans underway for more locations to open in the weeks ahead. Vaccines have also been delivered to personal care homes, congregate living facilities and other sites by Focused Immunization Teams. Pop-up clinics have been delivered in dozens of communities across the province.

This will be the largest immunization campaign in the province’s history and the next step in protecting Manitobans from the pandemic. The vaccine is one tool we can use to help reduce the risk of COVID-19. If we all get immunized, we can protect ourselves, protect our families and protect Manitoba.

As part of our public engagement efforts, the Honourable Heather Stefanson, Minister of Health and Seniors Care along with Dr. Brent Roussin, Dr. Joss Reimer and Johanu Botha from the vaccine implementation task force host telephone town halls with Manitobans from across the province, focused on answering questions on the province's COVID-19 immunization plans. Listen to the recordings below.

April 15, 2021 - Winnipeg Telephone Town Hall



April 13, 2021 - Rural and Northern Telephone Town Hall