Saskatoon’s COVID-19 drive-thru vaccination clinic will temporarily close on Sunday evening due to using its allotted vaccine doses.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) wrote in a statement that clinics will re-open when additional allotments of vaccine arrive in the province.
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All drive-thru and walk-in clinics are first-come, first-served basis.
On Friday, Regina’s COVID-19 drive-thru vaccination clinic also temporarily closed to the public after all vaccine supply had been used. A separate statement from the Health Ministry said that the drive-thru is not anticipated to re-open until May 2 unless there is an unexpected increase in available vaccine supply. Swift Current’s drive-thru also closed on the same day after it too had used its allotment of vaccines.
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Additional details for drive-thru and walk-in vaccination clinics can be found on SHA’s website.
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