WINNIPEG - The hours of COVID-19 supersites across Manitoba are being reduced.
This will start next month as the province changes its strategy to connect more directly with people who haven't been vaccinated yet.
The plan is to hold community-hosted and pop-up clinics in areas where vaccine uptake is low.
People will also still be able to get inoculated at their doctor's office or a pharmacy.
More than 79 percent of Manitobans 12 and older have received one shot of a vaccine, while almost 68 percent are fully vaccinated.
Restrictions will loosen again when we hit 80 and 75 percent.