Vaccine Finder

Doctors Manitoba can’t book your appointment, but we do have tips to help you book when you become eligible.

COVID-19 vaccines are being offered at more and more locations as supplies become available. Hundreds of physicians across the province will be offering the vaccine, a convenient option with a medical expert you can trust. 

Today, where you can get your vaccine depends on your eligibility, so it is important to review the information below carefully. 

If you are eligible today, you can access the vaccine in one of the following places. If you’re not sure whether or not you’re eligible, use our Eligibility Checker to find out.

Age 59 and older (or First Nations age 39 and older):

Option 1: Doctors Offices (Age 65+)

If you are 65 or older and would prefer not to attend a government-run immunization clinic, you may be able to get the vaccine in a doctor’s office. Vaccine supply in doctor’s offices is still very limited.

  • You can use a map of locations to see if your doctor or a medical clinic near you is accepting appointments. You may find other community-based locations too. 

As more vaccine supplies become available, more individuals will be able to get the vaccine from a physician.

Option 2: Government-run mass-immunization clinics. These sites are also available to health care workers.

Super site clinics are located in Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson, Selkirk and Morden. Pop-up clinics are planned in many smaller communities across the province too.

To book at one of these locations, you can:

  • Call the provincial government’s vaccine call centre at 1-844-626-8222. At times, this government phone line can be very busy.
  • Book online using the provincial government’s third party booking tool. You’ll need an email address and your health card. You can then link others to your account to book family members too.

 

High-Risk Medical Condition, Age 55 to 64:

Doctors’ offices across the province are offering the vaccine as a pilot starting mid-March. Supplies will be very limited initially and the government requires these doses to be targeted for individuals who are 55 to 64 years of age with high-risk medical conditions.

  • You can use a map of locations to see if your doctor or a medical clinic near you is accepting appointments. You may find other community-based locations too. 

As more vaccine supplies become available, more individuals will be able to get the vaccine from a physician.

If you have questions or concerns about the new vaccine, contact your doctor. Physicians can provide trusted information and help ensure the vaccine is right for you.