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When and where can I get my flu shot in Saskatchewan this year?
Everything you need to know about where and when you can get a flu shot this year can be found at 4flu.ca. There’s a page dedicated to finding a clinic near you.
Should I get a flu shot this year?
Yes. You should get a flu shot every year, especially this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is the flu?
The flu, or influenza, is a common respiratory illness caused by a virus. It affects thousands of Canadians each year, mostly during flu season, which runs from November to April.
How to create a MySaskHealthRecord account
With a MySaskHealthRecord account, you can access your personal health information including laboratory test results, medical imaging reports, clinical visit history, immunization history and prescription history.
Volunteer helps keep Meals on Wheels rolling in Swift Current
Lara volunteered to deliver Meals on Wheels in Swift Current every day in July and August.”
Avoiding confusion between 211 and HealthLine 811
Instead of dialing 811, some people have mistakenly dialed 211 for a COVID-19 testing referral.
Seasonal allergies in a time of COVID-19
Many of the symptoms of seasonal allergies and COVID-19 are similar, so how can you tell which is which? The following advice can help.
Potential COVID-19 exposure at businesses in Beauval, Candle Lake, Esterhazy, Kelvington, Osler, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon and Yorkton
Increased COVID-19 in Saskatoon: visitor limitations in place
Potential COVID-19 exposure at businesses in Beauval, Martensville, Meadow Lake, Regina and Saskatoon
Increased COVID-19 in North Central area: visitor limitations in place
All services resume at Rosthern Hospital
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Public Health Alert: HIV cases increasing in the East Central area of the Province
Temporary disruption of emergency services at Melville hospital
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