Updated at 3:00 p.m. on March 17, 2021
added on Elphinstone Street access point for booked appointments only.
Traffic into Evraz Place has been modified to improve flow and safety for those accessing the site for the COVID-19 drive thru testing and immunization, and booked immunization appointments.
Effective immediately, the
ONLY ACCESS for the drive-thru sites will be from the North bound lane on Lewvan Drive. Drivers are asked to make
a right hand turn from the most easterly lane into the grounds. Be aware that the left hand turning lane (heading South) on Lewvan Drive is closed. The site can only be accessed from Elphinstone Street for those with pre-booked appointments at the mass immunization clinic.
Once you enter the site,
you will be directed to the appropriate line by onsite staff. Our partners at Evraz Place and the City of Regina have opened additional onsite space to support more organized flow into the site from the street. The line for drive thru immunizations will be considered full once the on-site space has reached capacity; this will allow access for those with pre booked immunization appointments or those seeking Drive thru COVID-19 testing.
It is important to note that the line-ups will fluctuate throughout the day. We can accommodate 600 cars onsite at any given time with an estimated wait time of 6 hours when we reach 600. The most up to date wait times are located on the
SHA website. Throughout the day there may be intermittent periods of time where access to Drive Thru immunization is restricted until there is a reduction of vehicles on site. We will reopen access once that occurs.
The site has been marked with colour coded signs to also provide visual cues. Please be aware of the following information for each clinic once you enter the site to support faster access to your service:
All those attending the site for these services are asked to familiarize yourself with the above before arriving. A map outlining the above can be found below and
here. The SHA is also asking all those who are arriving for booked testing or immunization appointments to please allow additional time to access the site.
The City of Regina and the Regina Police Service will also implement traffic control and will stop the line of traffic, if it determined the traffic volumes are becoming a safety risk. If this occurs, you will be directed to return at a later time. Booked appointments will still be accommodated. This site and flow of traffic from the street is being monitored frequently during clinic hours.
The SHA thanks everyone attending the site for your patience, support and understanding as we work together to create a positive experience.
For more information on COVID-19, including vaccinations, please visit