COVID-19 Vaccine
 

Immunization Clinics

Manitoba's immunization clinic at the University of Manitoba's Rady Faculty of Health Sciences on Bannatyne campus concluded Dec. 31, and appointments are now being made for the new `super-site' at RBC Convention Centre. Preparations are underway, and the super-site will open Jan. 4, 2021. People with appointments are reminded to enter through the main doors on York at the RBC Convention Centre, and free indoor parking is included in the main convention centre parkade. In order to limit crowding, and keep an even flow of immunizations, people are asked not to show up any more than 15 minutes before their appointment time. Procedures are in place to assure no one will miss their appointment, but steps must be taken to limit crowds.

Eligibility criteria is being updated regularly. Appointments will be accepted until all spaces are filled. Only health care workers who meet the criteria will be able to book an appointment and all others will be screened out.

When more vaccine is delivered to Manitoba, the priority group will be expanded and other clinics may be added. In addition to the RBC Convention Centre, clinics are planned to open in Brandon Jan. 18, and early February in Thompson with other communities to follow. Other targeted immunization campaigns will be offered through focused immunization teams when more easily stored and transported vaccines are available.




Work at an Immunization Clinic

As more vaccine arrives in Manitoba, we need people to support the immunization rollout. There are jobs available now and over the coming months as the vaccine becomes available to every Manitoban who wants it.

Visit www.manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/jobs.html for more information and a list of current postings.