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Stick It To COVID: Something To Look Forward To

Released on April 9, 2021

The Government of Saskatchewan has released the final three ads in the Stick It To COVID campaign.  The ads feature real Saskatchewan people talking about what the vaccine means to them, and why they're looking forward to a return to normal.

The first ad includes Brad, a rec hockey player from Yorkton, and Arlene, a home care aide from Weyburn.

The second ad includes Moni, a NICU nurse from Regina, and Rider legend George Reed.

The third ad includes Moose Jaw teacher Emily, and Jenni, an Elder from the Lac La Ronge Indian Band.

The Stick It To COVID multi-media advertising campaign will appear across the province for the next several weeks and will include additional formats like billboards, print ads, radio ads, and digital ads.

Saskatchewan's vaccine delivery plan continues to be the fastest provincial vaccine rollout in Canada. Dr. Saqib Shahab and Premier Scott Moe recently announced that Saskatchewan intends on offering a vaccine to all eligible adults by the end of May.

"Saskatchewan residents know that the COVD-19 vaccine is the best way to return to normal," Premier Scott Moe said.  "I'd like to thank the real Saskatchewan people participating in this campaign, and all residents across our province that are choosing to roll up their sleeves to stick it to COVID."

For more information about Saskatchewan's vaccine delivery plan, visit www.stickittoCOVID.ca.

To view the latest ads in the Stick It To COVID campaign, visit:



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