Portage's Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinic
PCRC is proud to be the host of the Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinic for Portage la Prairie.
We offer both the Pfizer and Moderna Covid-19 vaccines & Kid's pediatric Pfizer!
Our clinic takes place on Wednesdays throughout March.
Vaccine Clinic Schedule
March 16, 23, 30
Herman Prior Activity Centre
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I book an appointment?
You can call 204-595-1666 to book your appointment. This phone line is staffed Monday to Friday from 9:00am-4:00pm. Outside of those hours, you can book an appointment via the provincial call centre at 1-844-626-8222.
Who is eligible to book their appointment?
Please see the current eligibility on the provincial website here.
I don't drive. How can I get to the clinic?
Complimentary transportation to and from your vaccine appointment within city limits can be arranged by calling PCRC at 204-595-1666. We can also arrange Handivan transport at no cost to you.
What type of vaccine does this clinic provide?
This clinic offers both the Pfizer & Moderna Covid-19 vaccines, as well as pediatric Pfizer.
What is an Urban Indigenous Clinic?
An Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinic is a culturally safe space for Indigenous people and their families. Our team of First Nations and Metis people incorporate traditional practices into the vaccination experience to ensure our community can access immunization in a culturally supportive environment.
Non-Indigenous people are welcome to book appointments at this clinic. We are proud to help everyone in our city access their vaccines locally.