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Prairie Mountain Health COVID-19 Vaccine Sites


Booking Your Appointment

TWO ways to book your vaccine appointment!

 **Please ensure you are eligible to receive the vaccine. Click here for eligible groups.


BY PHONE:  1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC) to book your appointment

ONLINE:   Click here!


  • Direct calls to Keystone Centre and all other locations is not available.  Staff at all locations do not have the ability to book appointments. Please call the central appointment booking number listed above.


 Vaccine Eligibility and Information


Reminder:  Plan to attend your second-dose appointments as scheduled unless you are contacted. 

Before your appointment:

    • Read this fact sheet for information about the vaccine.
    • Read this fact sheet about possible adverse reactions to the vaccine.
    • Print, fill out and sign the consent form before you go and bring it with you.
    • Read this checklist of what to bring with you and how to be prepared.

   Prairie Mountain Health COVID-19 Vaccine Locations

Brandon Keystone Centre SupersiteKeystone wheelchair ramp

Location:  1175 18th Street  - located on the east side of the Keystone Centre building. 
                                               - Enter off of 13th street. Use the outside Manitoba Room doors to access the vaccine site.
                                               - There is also a pick-up and drop-off area directly in front of the vaccine entrance doors, along with a wheelchair ramp.
                                               - **Please DO NOT CALL the Keystone Centre to book or discuss appointments.  The Keystone staff do not have the information required.  


Health Care Providers

Manitoba has finalized additional guidance for health-care providers to help them answer questions from their patients and determine whether individuals with certain conditions should receive the COVID-19 vaccine when eligible. This includes people who have suppressed immune systems, have autoimmune conditions, or are pregnant or breastfeeding. This guidance is posted at