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Media Bulletin - Manitoba

June 4, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Bulletin #87


Eligibility for second doses has been expanded to include individuals who received their first dose on or before April 25. Manitobans are strongly reminded that only those eligible to book appointments based on the date of their first dose or other provincial criteria should book second-dose appointments at this time.

Additionally, all Indigenous people in Manitoba and individuals with specific health conditions are also eligible to book their second dose, as long as they meet the minimum time interval between doses.  For more information, visit

All people aged 12 and up are eligible to book their first-dose appointments.

Individuals can book online at or by calling (toll-free) 1-844-MAN-VACC (1-844-626-8222). People will need to know the date they received their first dose and the type of vaccine received. This information can continue to be accessed at or by calling a local public health office. A directory can be found at Note that vaccine appointments cannot be booked through public health offices.

Vaccine Administration

A total of 911,382 vaccinations have been administered in Manitoba.

Focused Immunization Teams will provide immunizations to people in 29 congregate living facilities next week.


Clients of the Community Living disABILITY Services (CDLS) program who have not been able to be vaccinated in one of the existing clinics and may require additional accommodations around vaccination should contact their community service worker to discuss other options.

Clients of the Children’s disABILITY Services (CDS) program who have not been able to be vaccinated in one of the existing clinics and may require additional accommodations around vaccination should contact the vaccination call centre (toll-free) at 1-844-626-8222. Appointments on June 7 and 9 in Winnipeg have been dedicated for CLDS and CDS participants at the Leila super site. 

Eligible people can book appointments at super sites in Gimli, Dauphin, Steinbach, Winnipeg (RBC Convention Centre, Leila), Brandon, Thompson, Selkirk, Morden and The Pas. Pop-up clinics have been scheduled throughout the province in June. Indigenous people can also attend an urban Indigenous clinic led by community organizations in Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson and Portage la Prairie.
A complete listing and searchable map is available online at Eligible individuals can book their appointments at these sites online, or by calling (toll-free) 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC).

Vaccine Supply and Distribution

To date, 1,041,040 doses of vaccine have been delivered to Manitoba. This includes:
• 741,780 doses of Pfizer vaccine;
• 215,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine; and
• 84,260 doses of the AstraZeneca/Covishield vaccine.
Additional Information

When attending a vaccine appointment, people are reminded to bring their completed consent form (available online at, wear a short-sleeved shirt, wear a mask, and bring their health card or other form of identification. To help support good physical distancing on site, people should arrive no more than 15 minutes before their scheduled appointment time.

Young people aged 12 to 15 can attend their appointment with a parent, guardian or caregiver, or bring a signed consent form at the time of their appointment. If the youth attends without a guardian and without a signed consent form, they will go through an informed consent process to assess their ability to consent on their own and proceed with the vaccine. Young people aged 16 and 17 can sign their own consent form.

More information about the vaccine campaign in Manitoba is available at and For regular updates, visit and sign up for the weekly e-newsletter.

All data in this bulletin is current as of June 3 unless noted otherwise.  

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