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February 24 2021 3:17pm

Coronavirus: Vaccinations now open to Manitobans 95 and over, First Nations 75 and over

Manitoba is opening up COVID-19 vaccinations to the general population, starting with those 95 and older and First Nations people 75 and older. Dr. Joss Reimer, head of the province’s vaccine implementation task force said Wednesday caretakers of those now eligible will be allowed to both book appointments and accompany their older loved-ones to get their vaccinations.

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