Vaccination Verification

If you’re a business owner/operator or employee working in a restaurant, entertainment venue, cultural attraction, etc, you likely have been hard at work verifying proof of vaccination already. Here are the protocols as determined by Manitoba’s Public Health department:

  • Proof of vaccination is required for those 12 years of age and older to attend certain spaces and events, including indoor and outdoor dining.
  • People must present official documentation confirming they are fully immunized against COVID-19. This includes the Manitoba Immunization Card, as well as official vaccination records issued by another jurisdiction.
  • When a person presents a digital or physical Manitoba Immunization Card, which includes QR code, the QR Code must be scanned. This also includes a screenshot or a print-out of the QR code.
  • Government-issued identification must be requested and is required to validate the person’s identity as matching the vaccination record provided.
  • An honour system or self-identification is not an acceptable means of verification.
  • For information on how to scan the QR code, visit:
  • Food courts must follow the same regulations. Seating areas in food courts need to have controlled access points and proof of vaccination checks at entry points.
  • Individuals are not required to provide proof of vaccination to enter a site for the sole purpose of picking up takeout or delivery orders.

Know More.


#NetworkB49 with business leaders and government officials, enjoy breakfast and a keynote presentation and be back in the office before 10AM.

Space is limited, secure your seats today for our next #MBizBreakfast with Premier Stefanson: #VoiceofBusiness
ICYMI: Yesterday, we released results from our MBPulse survey, Shifting COVID-19 Prevention Orders. 32% of #MBBiz say they will retain masking policy post-March 15 in some form, while 48% say they will no longer require proof of vaccination. Read report:

Get Help.