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Booking your Appointment
how to book your covid-19 vaccine
- Book online or by phone:
- To book online, go to ProtectMB.ca
- You will need to create an account to book online.
- You can add other people to your account if they need help to book.
- You need everyone’s Manitoba health card number and an email address. If you do not have a health card, you can book by phone.
- The online booking tool can only be used to book at supersites.
- To book by phone, call 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC)
- Interpreters are available so you can book in your preferred language. Just Ask!
- You do not need a Manitoba Health card or email address to book by phone.
- You can book for more then one person if you are both eligible.
- The phone line can be used to book at supersites or pop-up clinics.
- To book at a medical clinic or pharmacy:
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.
Once Your Appointment is Booked
- Go to ProtectMB.ca for a helpful checklist of things to remember on the day of your vaccine.
- Print and fill in your consent form before your appointment, if you can.
- If you are a senior or have mobility issues and need help to get to your appointment, call 211. They can help you find out if there are transportation services available.
- You can bring someone with you to your appointment if you need extra assistance.
Let’s Help Each Other
- Vaccine eligibility is at ProtectMB.ca. Check regularly, or sign up for updates.
- 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.
- If they do not have a health card, their appointment can be made by phone. Remember: Interpretation service in over 100 languages is available for phone booking.
- You can help your family member or friends to fill out their consent form before their appointment.
- People can also bring a helper, such as a caregiver or family member, to their appointment.
Manitoba’s Immunization Cards
- How to Get Your Immunization Card
- You need to have received two doses of a vaccine, and wait 14 days after getting your second dose, so it can take full effect.
- You have to have a Manitoba Health Card to be eligible for an Immunization Card.
- Go here to register to create your account and enter your information - name, birthdate, health card registration number (6-digit) and Personal Health Information Number (9-digit) from your Manitoba Health Card.
- Why would someone want an Immunization Card anyway?
- You’ll be able to travel between provinces without having to self-isolate for two weeks when you get back.
- Manitoba health-care centres, including hospitals and personal care homes, will also allow for expanded visitation if both the visitor and patient or resident are fully vaccinated.
- If you’re fully vaccinated, you may be exempt from self-isolation if you're identified as a close contact of a COVID-19 case (direction provided from public health officials).
- Additional benefits are expected to be added in the coming weeks.