Manitobans who have received a COVID-19 immunization can now view and print this information online, Health and Seniors Care Minister Heather Stefanson announced today.
“This is another proactive measure to ensure people have access to their own health information,” said Stefanson. “We know many Manitobans have asked for their COVID-19 vaccination information from our public health offices. The new online portal will make this easier for all eligible Manitobans until a more permanent immunization card is available.”
To access this information online, Manitobans must have a valid Manitoba Health registration card and a personal email address. Information about the COVID-19 vaccine received and dates of immunization will be provided for viewing and printing. People who do not have internet access or a health card number can continue to call their public health office for access to their information.
In most cases, Manitobans can request their online records approximately 48 hours after their immunization. However, it may take up to seven days for the information to become available. The minister noted a secure immunization card is currently in development and will be available to Manitobans later this spring. She also noted that employers and other parties should not be requesting proof of immunization for any purpose.
Immunization records can be accessed securely on the Shared Health online portal that is also used for COVID-19 test results. To view or print this information, visit https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/test-results/.
To learn more about the COVID-19 immunization campaign, including access to immunization records, visit https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/index.html. For more information on COVID-19, visit www.manitoba.ca/covid19.