Do You Have Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines? Information in 16 Languages! Also, Regina Schedules for Vaccine Clinics this week.

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Do You Have Questions About COVID-19 Vaccines?  Information in 16 Languages!  Also, Regina Schedules for Vaccine Clinics this week.

Many people have questions about COVID-19 vaccines – How safe are they? How were they developed? How do they work in the body?

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada have developed information to answer your questions – and they are available in 15 languages, in addition to English. 

The facts about COVID-19 vaccines - Canada.ca

An infographic about: How Vaccines Were Developed 

There are also question and answer videos in 16 languages that you can watch here: Videos

 

Every province and territory has their own plan for vaccinating the people who live there.  In Saskatchewan, the SHA (Saskatchewan Health Authority) is in charge, and are working in communities to make it as easy as possible for people to get vaccinated. 

Regina has drive-through clinics, walk-in clinics in many locations, and many pharmacies can give vaccines as well.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has accelerated access to second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to anyone who is 50 years and older OR who received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on or before April 15. For the week of June 14, clinics are being held in these neighbourhood locations: 

June 15: Core Ritchie  9:00 am-3:30 pm (both first and second doses) and 3:30pm-7:30pm (first doses)

June 15: Martin High School  11:30 am-7:30 pm (first doses)

June 17: mamaweyatitan Centre  9:00 am-3:30 pm (both first and second doses) and 3:30pm-5:30pm (first doses)

June 17: Uplands  9:00 am-3:30 pm (both first and second doses) and3:30pm-7:30pm (first doses)

June 18: South Leisure Centre  9:00 am-3:30 pm (both first and second doses) and 3:30pm-7:30pm (first doses)

 

Appointments are also being added daily. There are specific appointment times for first doses if you call the booking line here.

 

For more Vaccine information, Sask Health Authority has website pages that are constantly being updated: 

Current Eligibility

Vaccine clinics and wait times: Click here.

Book appointments: Click here. New appointments added almost daily.

Vaccine Safety Information: Click here.

When to be tested: Click here.


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