WINNIPEG - Just a day after lowering the age eligibility for a vaccine appointment to 24, the province will open it up to all adults later today.
Manitobans 18 years old and up will soon be able to book a jab in the arm at a supersite or popup clinic.
Premier Brian Pallister made the announcement in the legislature yesterday.
First Nations residents are already at 18, along with people who live and work in priority communities.
More than 45 percent of adults in Manitoba have had at least one shot of one of the COVID-19 vaccines.