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COVID-19: Saskatchewan expands vaccine eligibility as of May 4

COVID-19 vaccination shot.The province said as of May 4, the eligibility for immunization moves to 37 years of age and older.In the Northern Saskatchewan Administrative District, the age eligibility moves to anyone 18 years of age or older.

Overview of Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 vaccination plan Health officials said age eligibility applies to all clinics in the province: booked appointments, drive-thru and walk-in clinics, pharmacies and mobile clinics.The exception is the Swift Current drive-thru clinic, which is open only to people aged 40 and older as it is only offering the AstraZeneca vaccine.The Saskatchewan Health Authority said 8,000 additional appointments are being added to the booking system as of 8 a.m.

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