COVID-19 Vaccine

Immunization Clinics

Appointments in Manitoba’s immunization clinics are currently only available to people who meet the eligibility criteria.  

Public Health Measures

It is important to continue to follow public health measures even if you have received a dose of the vaccine.  This is because public health officials don’t yet know whether or not COVID-19 may still be able to spread to others, even if you’ve been vaccinated and don’t get sick. Wearing a mask can reduce this risk. You should also continue to stay home if you’re sick, practice physical distancing, wash your hands and keep practicing good cough and hand hygiene.

In order to reduce crowds, please do not show up more than 15 minutes before your appointment time.



Appointments are required for these sites, and can be made by booking your COVID-19 vaccine appointment online

or calling the vaccine call centre at 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC) from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. Have your health card ready.

Before your appointment:


  • RBC Convention Centre, 375 York Avenue
    Enter through the main doors on York Avenue.  Free indoor parking is provided in the main underground parkade.  Parking patrols will be on-site to direct people to the correct stalls.
    This map can help you locate the free parking available, as well as other parking lots near the RBC Convention Centre if those spaces are full.
  • Closed as of August 30, 2021 - Winnipeg Soccer Federation North, 770 Leila Ave.. Visit one of the other immunization sites to receive a 1st or 2nd dose.


  • 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.


  • 304 Whitmore Avenue East


  • 294 Lumber Avenue

Pop-up Clinics

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


Appointments are required for these sites, and can be made by calling the vaccine call centre at 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC) from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. Have your health card ready. All pop-up clinics are now offering limited walk-in immunizations.

Before your appointment:


View the map below for communities with scheduled pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics.

Updates to pop-up clinics will be posted regularly as new clinics are scheduled and appointments are available. If you do not see a clinic in your community on the map, please check back. All pop-up clinics are now offering limited walk-in immunizations.

Focused Immunization Teams

Focused Immunization Teams (FITs) have provided second-dose immunizations to all eligible and consenting residents in licensed personal care homes. They are now visiting congregate living sites across the province to immunize these residents with their first dose of vaccine. 

Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinics

The Manitoba government has partnered with five community organizations to establish new Indigenous-led COVID-19 immunization clinics. These urban indigenous clinics will provide culturally safe supports to people who might otherwise face barriers in accessing immunizations, to help support vaccine confidence and ensure these individuals are included in the largest immunization campaign in the province’s history.

The urban Indigenous clinics are designed to increase accessibility and provide culturally-safe spaces for First Nations (status and non-status), Metis and Inuit peoples. When non-Indigenous people make appointments or use the walk-in spaces at those sites, it limits access for First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. At this time, officials ask that only 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 attend these clinics. Non-Indigenous people are asked to make their appointments at supersites, community pop-up clinics, medical clinics and pharmacies.

If you live in Thompson, you can contact the clinic directly to make your appointment:

  • Ma-Mow-We-Tak Friendship Centre, 4 Nelson Rd., Thompson, (204-677-0950)

If you live in Winnipeg, Brandon or Portage la Prairie, contact the provincial call centre at 1-844-626-8222 to make your appointment:

  • Brandon Friendship Centre, 205 College Ave., Brandon, (204-573-7239)
  • Portage Urban Indigenous Clinic at 11 Second St. NE, Portage la Prairie; (204-240-7272)
  • Aboriginal Health and Wellness Centre, 181 Higgins Ave., Winnipeg, (204-925-3742)
  • Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre - Win Gardner Place, 363 McGregor Ave., Winnipeg (204-599-6551)

If you need assistance with booking, contact the site directly.

To help reduce barriers, some walk-in appointments will be 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. An Elder or traditional Knowledge Keeper will be at sites regularly, and traditional ceremony, smudging and traditional medicines may also be offered.