WINNIPEG - 510,000 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Manitobans. Over 40 percent of the province's adults have had at least one shot.
And those numbers will grow more quickly now as vaccination eligibility is expanding once again. People 45 and older can book an appointment at a supersite. The plan is to have everyone 18 and over booking a jab in the arm by May 21st.
As for kids, Health Canada has approved the use of the Pfizer vaccine in children 12 years old and up but Manitoba hasn't finalized a plan yet on exactly how that will happen.