COVID-19 drive-through vaccine clinics closed in Saskatoon, Regina, Swift Current

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COVID-19 drive-through vaccine clinics closed in Saskatoon, Regina, Swift Current

Three drive-through clinics in Saskatchewan are currently closed and awaiting vaccine deliveries The Saskatchewan Health Authority announced

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Three drive-through clinics in Saskatchewan are currently closed and awaiting vaccine deliveries

The Saskatchewan Health Authority announced over the weekend that several drive-through vaccine clinics will be closed until further notice, as the province awaits more vaccine doses. 

On April 16, public health announced that both the Swift Current and Regina drive-through vaccine clinics had used their entire allotment of vaccines and will subsequently be closed until further notice beginning the following day. 

On April 18, a second announcement shared that the Saskatoon drive-through clinic was expected to finish delivering its vaccine supply by the end of the day and would also be closed beginning Monday. 

All drive-through clinics are expected to re-open once more vaccines are delivered, although public health provided no timeframe for when that may be.

Drive-through clinics are still operating in Prince Albert, North Battleford and Lloydminster while vaccine supplies last.

Residents are urged to check the status of all drive-through and walk-in vaccine clinics online before attending, as clinics will close early if vaccine allotment is reached.

For more information on the vaccine plan in Saskatchewan, visit saskatchewan.ca/COVID19-vaccine.

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