Book Your Appointment
how to book your vaccines
There are COVID-19, seasonal flu and pneumococcal vaccines available at many places across the province – at vaccine clinics, at pharmacies, and at doctors’ offices.
Use this online map to find the vaccines you need. The map has information about how to make an appointment, or if walk-ins are available.
It’s safe and effective to get more than one vaccine at a time.
Depending on where you go for your vaccine, you can either call the office or pharmacy directly, or you can book through the provincial system.
To book an appointment online through the provincial system, click here or call 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC). To book online, you’ll need a Manitoba health card and email address. If you don’t have a health card, you can book by phone.
Interpreter and Language Services
- Interpreters are available when you call to book your vaccine appointment by phone, at 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC).
- You can also ask for a language interpreter (by phone) or an American Sign Language interpreter (by computer) for your vaccine appointment.
- More than 100 languages are available.
- You can book online for another member of your household, a family member, or a friend who might need help - if you have their health card number.
- You can bring someone with you to your appointment if you need extra assistance.
- Everyone aged 6 months and older can get a seasonal flu and COVID-19 vaccine.
- If you’re 65+, it’s recommended that you get a high-dose flu vaccine to give you the strongest protection.
- Find out more about seasonal flu and COVID-19 vaccines, including vaccine eligibility at manitoba.ca/protectMB.
- Everyone who gets vaccinated needs to fill in a consent form. You can do this at your appointment, or fill it out in advance and bring it with you.
- People can also bring a helper, such as a caregiver or family member, to their appointment.