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Manitoba wants your Input on COVID-19 Vaccination Plans for Young Children

The Manitoba government is looking for public input on emerging COVID-19 vaccination plans for young children.  A new survey asks parents and caregivers about their thoughts on:

  • where would prefer to take their young children to be vaccinated
  • factors that would influence their decision or ability to have their young children vaccinated
  • how they would prefer to get more information about the vaccine.

The survey also asks for Manitobans’ perspectives on the current COVID-19 vaccination strategy for children aged five to 17 and for the general public.

The survey will be open until Wednesday, July 13. To provide feedback, visit:
https://engagemb.ca/covid-19-vaccinations-under-5.

For more information about COVID-19 vaccination, visit:
https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/index.html or https://protectmb.ca/.

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