From the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, an enormous amount of information has been communicated about the virus and how to keep ourselves and our workplaces safe.

While the choice to get vaccinated is ultimately up to individuals, this resource hub’s goal is to equip businesses to play their part to get to herd immunity.

As employers and providers of goods and services to the general public, businesses have a critical role to play in getting Manitobans vaccinated, which will ultimately create the conditions for the relaxation of public health restrictions currently in place.

It is possible some employers may require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (e.g., if required for international travel).

As the vaccination rollout continues, some workplaces may have employees who are partially vaccinated, fully vaccinated or not yet vaccinated.

Employers will need to consider how a partially vaccinated workforce impacts their organization.

Given the overwhelming volume of information available on vaccines, this resource hub provides companies of all sizes with a single focal point for the information they need to know as employers and the resources they can use to reassure and encourage their employees to get vaccinated.

Employers will need to navigate a host of issues on the horizon, including questions on vaccination policies, testing requirements, workplace accommodations and more.

Please visit Manitoba Business Matters regularly or sign up for our newsletter for regular updates.

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Latest News

Manitoba COVID-19 Immunization Update: Feb. 9/2022

Manitoba COVID-19 Immunization Update: Feb. 9/2022

On February 9, 2022, Manitoba public health released the following updates: Youth ages 12 to 17 Manitoba is adopting new guidance from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization for vaccinating youth ages 12 to 17 against COVID-19 and its variants. Effective...

read more
Manitoba Vaccination News – January 6/2022

Manitoba Vaccination News – January 6/2022

Manitoba's Public Health and Vaccine Implementation Task Force teams have recently released the following updates about COVID-19 vaccines: Vaccines for Youth and Young Adults (Ages 12 to 29): Due to a shortage of the Pfizer vaccine, on January 5, 2022, the Province...

read more
Vaccination Against COVID-19: Kids Ages 5 to 11

Vaccination Against COVID-19: Kids Ages 5 to 11

Effective Thursday, Nov. 25, Winnipeg’s vaccine site at RBC Convention Centre will no longer be accepting walk-in appointments in anticipation of a high volume of appointments for youth ages 5 to 11. Individuals who wish to be immunized at this location can make an...

read more
Vaccination Verification

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...

read more
UPDATE: September 3/2021

UPDATE: September 3/2021

As we move into the Labour Day long weekend, and begin to prepare for a return to the office for many of us and the return to in-class learning, there has been a number of updates and developments. The Province of Manitoba has made changes to the public health orders...

read more
Talking to Your Employees about Vaccines

Talking to Your Employees about Vaccines

Whether by staff meetings, emails or casual one on one conversations, employers have countless touchpoints every day to speak with their employees about vaccines. The choice to get vaccinated is ultimately with the individual, but the conversations you have will...

read more
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