COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccination Data and Reports

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COVID-19 Vaccinations

The dashboard and graphs are updated Monday to Friday at 12:30 p.m.

Data reflected in the dashboard is updated daily. However, delays in reporting processes mean that it may take several days for the dashboard to provide a complete picture of any point-in-time information, such as the daily doses administered.

Manitoba COVID-19 Vaccinations

Daily Cumulative

The Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca/Covishield vaccines currently available in Manitoba, require two doses for people to receive maximum protection from COVID-19. This graph shows how many first and second doses have been administered.


These graphs shows the age and sex of the people who have received the vaccine, including whether they have had one or both doses.


This graph shows the region of residence for individuals who have been immunized to date.


There are currently four vaccines authorized for use in Canada.  This graph shows the number of doses Manitoba has received from the federal government of each vaccine type.

Manitoba First Nations Vaccination Data

Manitoba and First Nation governments have partnered on a dashboard to report on COVID-19 vaccinations among First Nations people in Manitoba.

The data is broken down by tribal council regions and by regional health authorities, and includes information on the percentage the on-reserve population that has received one or two doses, as well as doses administered both on and off reserve. It will be updated every Friday, based on information collected the previous week.


As more Manitobans are immunized against COVID-19, we will have additional information to share about the campaign.

For more data about COVID-19, visit Cases and Risk of COVID-19 in Manitoba.