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Home Health Manitoba Opens COVID-19 Vaccinations to Residents 95 Years and Older

Manitoba Opens COVID-19 Vaccinations to Residents 95 Years and Older

Manitobans who are 95 and older, or First Nations people who are 75 and older, can now book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.


The province will start with the oldest population first – whom are most at risk – and then make its way down to younger ages. The is the first time that the vaccine has been made available to Manitobans outside of the health-care sector or living in a congregate living setting.

The birthdate they are using to determine if you are 95 and over is December 31, 1925.

There are approximately 12,000 Manitobans who are aged 95 and over, though many of them have already received the vaccine from the immunization campaign at personal care homes.

To book an appointment, eligible Manitobans can call 1-844-626-8222.


Low Supply Vaccination Schedule

Age Group Vaccination Date
80+ March 1 – April 30
70-79 March 15 – May 14
60-69 April 1 – June 30
50-59 May 3 – June 30
40-49 July 15 – September 30
30-39 August 3 – October 29
18-29 October 1 – December 31
Under 18 Currently no plans

High Supply Vaccination Schedule

Age Group Vaccination Date
80+ March 1 – April 30
70-79 March 15 – May 28
60-69 April 1 – May 31
50-59 April 15 – June 30
40-49 May 3 – July 30
30-39 June 1 – July 30
18-29 June 15 – August 31
Under 18 Currently no plans

MANITOBA COVID-19 VACCINATION PLAN INFOGRAPH

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