How do I get the coronavirus vaccine in Regina?
REGINA -- v class="polopoly_embed" data-attribute="embed_code"> Saskatchewan began distributing COVID-19 vaccines in December, after introducing its Vaccine Delivery Plan. This plan is currently being rolled out in phases, with a focus on an age-based roll out and priority given to those vulnerable to COVID-19 exposure based on a number of variables like underlying conditions or occupation. Here’s what you need to know as the province continues to vaccinate Saskatchewan residents.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO MY APPOINTMENT?
A government-issued ID and your Saskatchewan health card will be required at the appointment.
HOW CAN I GET TO MY VACCINATION SITE?
Appointment time and clinic location will be provided during the booking process. Depending on your location you may be able to access a mobile clinic in or near your community.
WHEN DO I GET MY SECOND DOSE?
In March, Saskatchewan extended the amount of time between the first and second COVID-19 doses. Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization has said the time between doses of all three approved COVID-19 vaccines could be stretched up to four months.
WHO DO I CONTACT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?
Below is a list of resources with more information relating to vaccination.