Pop-up clinics are now scheduled for Arborg, Riverton, Lundar and Stonewall, starting March 30. Please see the complete list here https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/clinics.html#interlake
Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment online
If you are eligible to be immunized, you can now book your vaccine appointment online for any of our supersites, quickly and conveniently.
To book, you’ll need to create an account with your email address and health card number. You can link more than one person to the same account, so that you can book for family members and loved ones as they become eligible. Please note that only first-dose appointments should be booked at this time.
Once you have booked an appointment, don’t forget to print and complete your consent form.
If you don’t have an email address, the call centre continues to be available at 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC) to book appointments at supersites and pop-up clinics. Daily hours of operation are from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Only individuals who are eligible can call or book an appointment online for immunization. You will be screened to ensure you meet current eligibility.
Where to go?
- RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue
Enter through the main doors on York Avenue. Free indoor parking is provided in the main underground parkade. Free outdoor parking will also be available, as of February 1, in the lot located on York Ave, just southeast of the main entrance. Parking patrols will be on-site to direct people to the correct stalls.
- Keystone Centre, #1 1175 18th Street
- Thompson Regional Community Centre, 274 Thompson Drive North
Enter the vaccination clinic from the community centre side of the building, as it is a shared site with University College of the North.
- Former site of Selkirk and District General Hospital, 100 Easton Drive
- Access Event Centre, 111-D Gilmour St.
Pop-up COVID-19 vaccination sites are now being launched in rural and northern Manitoba communities. Those eligible for the vaccine can make an appointment at a site in a community close to them to receive their COVID-19 vaccine