COVID-19 Vaccination Documents
Upon receiving your COVID-19 vaccination, you have the option to acquire a copy of your vaccination record or enroll for a provincial immunization card.
The following provides additional details on how to access your COVID-19 immunization record.
Kindly note that the WRHA is unable to assist with requests for provincial immunization cards. Currently, the sole method to register for an immunization card is through the Shared Health online platform or by dialing 1-844-626-8222. For more information, you may click on this link: Find out more here.
Your COVID-19 immunization record can be accessed online via Shared Health at https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/test-results/. In order to view your record online, a Manitoba Health Card and a valid email address are necessary. Please be aware that it may take up to 10 days for your vaccination record to be available on the website, as it takes time to update.
In the event that you cannot access your immunization record through the Shared Health Portal, you may contact 1-844-626-8222 to request a copy. Alternatively, you have the option to complete the online request form at https://forms.gov.mb.ca/covid-immunization-record-request/index.html.
Please allow at least three working days from the time of your immunization before reaching out or submitting a form, as this will enable the necessary time for the record to be entered and uploaded into the Shared Health system.
If you require further assistance regarding your request, you can send an email to [email protected].
Please note that due to the increased number of individuals in our region who have received their COVID-19 vaccinations, there may be delays in processing requests.
To complete the request online, please visit https://forms.gov.mb.ca/covid-immunization-record-request/index.html. It is important to note that you will first need to obtain proof of immunization/documentation from the location where you were vaccinated. This is because you will be required to include a scanned copy or picture of your COVID-19 vaccination record with your request.
If you do not have access to the necessary technology to complete the form, you can call 1-844-626-8222 to request changes to your record.
You can also get in touch with the Public Health team at your local ACCESS Centre and make arrangements to mail, fax, or drop off a copy of your immunization documents and health card. Once they receive this information, it will be forwarded to Shared Health to be added to your immunization record.
A comprehensive list of ACCESS Centres, along with their service areas and contact details, can be found at https://wrha.mb.ca/locations-services/access-centres/.
Please ensure that you include your contact information when submitting any documents to your local public health office.
For individuals who have been fully vaccinated, it is now possible to schedule social visits with fully vaccinated residents of Personal Care Homes and inpatients at acute care sites. Proof of immunization is required, which can be provided through an immunization record or the provincial immunization card. For additional information, please refer to this link: Find out more here.
If you encounter any technical issues, such as not being able to view COVID test results, vaccinations, or updated vaccinations, or any other problems with the Shared Health COVID-19 Online Result and Immunization Display, please utilize this help form to provide a description of the issue: Submit a description of the issue here.
Kindly be aware that the WRHA Client Relations department, the public health teams stationed at our ACCESS Centres, and the WRHA Immunization Records Clerk lack the capability to provide assistance for any data housed within the Shared Health portal. They are also unable to address any technical issues encountered.
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