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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
How to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment online or by telephone, including current eligibility information.
Information about drive-thru and walk-in immunization clinics in Saskatchewan.
Information about the approved COVID-19 vaccines, resources, Saskatchewan's vaccine delivery strategy and questions and answers.
Details about Saskatchewan's vaccine phased delivery plan, vaccine locations and how to get immunized.
Select pharmacies in 14 Saskatchewan communities will start to receive vaccine on April 29, 2021 as part of a pilot program to offer COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a province-wide, multi-media campaign encouraging Saskatchewan residents to stick it to COVID by getting vaccinated.
The latest updates on Saskatchewan's COVID-19 vaccine delivery, including a breakdown of number of doses administered per zone and by age range.
Hear from Saskatchewan residents who have received the COVID-19 vaccine and want you to stay safe.
Information for health care workers receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
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