Shoppers Drug Mart: Saskatchewan Enhancing Access to First-Dose Vaccinations

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Shoppers Drug Mart: Saskatchewan Enhancing Access to First-Dose Vaccinations
Shoppers Drug Mart: Saskatchewan Enhancing Access to First-Dose Vaccinations

Access to vaccinations is being stepped up this week in order to meet the first dose vaccination threshold of 70 per cent of residents 12 years and older and enable Saskatchewan to reach Step 3 of the Re-opening Roadmap and the removal of public health restrictions.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is creating pop-up clinics in locations around the province to connect with people where they work, live and play.

The SHA is focusing on a dedicated first-dose delivery strategy through a combination of mobile and pop-up clinics in convenient locations like malls, golf courses, parks and some larger workplaces.  There will also be a fast pass lane at some clinics dedicated to people receiving their first dose of vaccine.

The vaccination rates for 12-39 year olds is low compared to those 40 and older.  The first dose initiative aligns with the best opportunities for fast and easy vaccinations for this working age group.

Additional clinics are being considered for recreational areas and work-based locations.  The list of clinics is available at www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19-vaccine and will be updated with dates and times as they become available, including new clinic locations as they are announced.

First Dose Clinics

Date Mobile Clinics  Walk-in Clinics Drive Thrus School Clinics
June 16
  • Regina Scarth Street walkway – June 16
  • Lestock St. Joseph’s Integrated Care Centre 3:40pm-9pm (also bookable through 1-833 Sask Vax)

 

 

 

  • Regina International Trade Centre – June 16-17
  • La Ronge – June 16
  • Turtleford Community Centre fast track for first doses – June 16

 

 

  • North Battleford – June 16

 

  • Regina St. Kateri Tekakwitha Family Clinic – June 16
  • Creighton school – June 16

 

June 17
  • Theodore Health Centre 3:40pm-9pm (also bookable through 1-833 Sask Vax)
  • Regina International Trade Centre – June 16-17
  • Regina mâmawêyatitân centre – June 17
  • Yorkton Fast pass 1st dose St. Mary’s – June 17-20
  • Moose Jaw exhibition grounds drop-in school clinic – June 17
  • Hague – June 17
  • Regina Uplands community centre – June 17
  • Cutknife Community Centre Fast track for 1st doses – June 17
  • Prince Albert Senator Allen Bird Centre fast track for 1st doses – June 17
  • Lloydminster Wildrose Building, 9am-4pm – June 17

 

 

 

  • Melville school and family clinic – June 17
  • Raymore School and Family Clinic – June 17
  • Swift Current family outreach for bussed students – June 17-18
  • Family clinics after school in Kerrobert, Elrose, Kindersley, Biggar, Cando and Marengo – June 17-18
  • Beechy school/family clinic – June 17
  • Regina St. Gabriel/Jack Mack family clinic – June 17

 

 

 

June 18
  • Regina Cornwall Centre Clinic – June 18
  • Regina South Leisure centre – June 18
  • Saskatoon No Frills grocery store 12pm-5pm, 22nd St. W. – June 18

 

 

  • Yorkton Fast pass 1st dose St. Mary’s – June 17-20
  • Assiniboia fast track first dose in family clinic – June 18
  • Prince Albert Exhibition Centre fast track 1st doses – June 18
  • Kipling – June 18
  • Rocanville – June 18
  • Turtleford – June 18
  • Macklin – June 18
  • Rosthern – June 18
  • Christopher Lake – June 18
  • Melfort – June 18

 

 

  • Moose Jaw 1st dose booked appointments – June 18
  • Saskatoon Prairieland Park 1st dose booked appointments – June 18-19

 

 

  • Regina EVRAZ – June 18
  • North Battleford – June 18
  • Lloydminster – Alberta Building 9am-4pm – June 18

 

  • Swift Current family outreach for bussed students – June 17-18
  • Family clinics after school in Kerrobert, Elrose, Kindersley, Biggar, Cando and Marengo – June 17-18 School/family clinic in Kyle – June 18
  • Lucky Lake school/family clinic – June 18
  • Gull Lake – June 18

 

 

 

 

 

June 19
  • Regina Mosaic Stadium field level clinic with Gainer and Rider alumni, meet and greet and do your part to get back in the game – 9am to 3:30pm, June 19
  • Regina Wascana Park – 3:30pm-7:30pm, June 19
  • Regina Beach ‘vaccinate at the lake’ – June 19
  • Saskatoon downtown pop-up 12pm-5pm, 21st St E between 1st and 2nd Ave – June 19

 

 

 

 

  • Yorkton Fast pass 1st dose St. Mary’s – June 17-20
  • Canora physician clinics and walk-ins – June 19
  • Moose Jaw booked appointments and walk in – June 19
  • Humboldt walk in – June 19
  • Kamsack walk in – June 19
  • Assiniboia, Ponteix prioritized 1st dose – June 19
  • Rosetown walk in – June 19
  • Estevan – June 19
  • Davidson booked appointments and walk in – June 19
  • Outlook booked appointments and walk in – June 19
  • Nipawin – June 19
  • Regina Eastview community centre – June 19
  • Saskatoon Station 20 West student and family clinic – June 19
  • Saskatoon West Winds Primary Health Care student and family clinic – June 19
  • Tisdale – June 19-20

 

  • Saskatoon Prairieland Park 1st dose booked appointments – June 18-19
  • Lloydminster 1st dose booked appointments, Wildrose Building – June 19

 

 

 

 

  • Swift Current (1st dose priority) – June 19
  • Warman – June 19
  • Prince Albert – June 19

 

 

June 20
  • Yorkton Fast pass 1st dose St. Mary’s – June 17-20
  • Tisdale – June 19-20
  • Preeceville – June 20
  • Prince Albert – June 20
June 21
  • Kamsack hospital – June 21
  • Norquay personal care home – June 21

 

 

Once Eligible to be Vaccinated, You Remain Eligible

There may be clinic options outside your community and residents are encouraged to consider those alternate locations for immunization.

Vaccination appointments can be booked through the Saskatchewan Health Authority online at www.saskatchewan.ca/COVID19 or by calling 1-833-SaskVax (1-833-727-5829).

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