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COVID-19 Information

SCREENING: Everyone entering the hospital will be screened for vaccination status, symptoms and travel history by hospital staff before being permitted to proceed. Everyone will be provided with a medical grade mask and eye protection that must be worn at all times during their visit.

DESIGNATED ENTRANCES: Entry to the Grace is permitted only through the Emergency Doors (24-hours a day) and the main front entrance (7am – 8pm). 

APPOINTMENTS: Scheduled surgeries, appointments, diagnostic tests, and lab work for out-patients continue unless you have been notified otherwise.

Visitor Access

Effective Monday, February 22, 2022

Expanded visitation – Phase One
As public health restrictions across Manitoba begin to lift in the coming weeks, health-care facilities are taking a phased approach to expanded in-person visitation.
Effective Monday February 22, 2022:
• Up to two fully vaccinated General Visitors will be permitted, if space permits.
• Patient vaccination status (or roommate vaccination status) is also no longer a consideration when determining visitation
• Fully vaccinated Essential Care Partners may be permitted in Emergency Departments and for outpatient appointments, if space permits
• Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the care team
For details and exceptions, review the resources below:
Essential Care Partner and Visitor Guidelines for Acute Care
Acute Care Visitation FAQs for families
Letter for families and patients
Expanded visitor access – visitation breakdown

Effective Friday, December 31, 2021

Visitor access is temporarily suspended at Grace Hospital. Essential Care Partners will continue to have access, provided they pass all screening requirements. All visitors must wear a medical grade mask and eye protection at all times. Click here for more details.

Effective Monday, November 22, 2021

Please consider your visit – preventing the spread of COVID-19 is everyone’s responsibility.

For the safety of your loved ones and our staff, we have implemented the following visitor restrictions:

All visitors including essential care partners are required to show proof of full vaccination in order to visit our acute care facility. All visitors must show proof of vaccination and proof of identity each time they enter the hospital; they must pass screening and follow all Infection Prevention and Control requirements, including wearing provided personal protective equipment as directed by staff.

  • Fully vaccinated individuals are defined as those who have received both doses (any combination) of an approved two dose COVID-19 vaccine (AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna), OR a single dose of an approved single dose COVID-19 vaccine (Janssen /Johnson & Johnson) with more than 14 days having passed since the second dose (or approved sole dose) was received.

Please click here to view Acute Care Visitation FAQs for families

Virtual Visits: Loved ones are encouraged to keep in touch with patients through phone and video calls. We encourage all loved ones to use the Well Wishes Program. This is a free service which gives loved ones the opportunity to send patients a personalized greeting.


  • Returned from inter-provincial travel from Eastern Canadian provinces or international travel in the past 14 days.
  • Had close contact with someone with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
  • Had close contact with someone being tested for COVID-19 at this time.
  • Been instructed to self-isolate or self-monitor.
  • Have cold or flu symptoms.


COVID – 19 Outbreak Resolved

A Covid-19 outbreak declared on 4 North has ended.

A Covid-19 outbreak declared on 4 South has ended.

Updated March 1, 2022

About Us

Grace Hospital is and has been a place where many of life’s most important moments take place. The Grace Hospital plays an integral role in the delivery of health care services in Winnipeg, and has done so since 1904. We are currently one of three acute care sites in the city, providing full services in our Emergency Department, in critical care, as well as providing a full complement of acute care services.

As our patient, we see you as a person first. You are unique and special, and your health care needs are equally unique and special. Our job is to address those needs as effectively as possible.

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