Here you will find information on clinics for influenza and COVID-19 immunization, including where and how to be immunized, general clinic information, and information on vaccine eligibility.
Choose one of the options for more information on influenza and COVID-19 immunization
General Clinic Information
- Bring your valid health card and government-issued photo identification (for ages 18+).
- If you do not have photo ID you may provide two pieces of alternate identification such as a provincial health card, birth certificate, social insurance card, naturalization certificate, marriage certificate, etc.
- Children are only required to provide a provincial health card, but parents/caregivers may be required to show photo ID.
- If you have flu or COVID-19 symptoms please stay home until you are symptom-free before planning your vaccination.
- Wear a short-sleeved shirt.
- Bring a mask with you. If the clinic is inside an SHA facility you will be required to wear a mask at all times.
- Plan for the weather. While it is unlikely that you may have to wait outside, it is possible, so be prepared to protect yourself from the elements.
- You will be asked to clean your hands upon entrance.
- It is important to maintain a physical distance of at least 2 metres (6 feet) from others - except those you live with.
- Expect to stay 15 minutes after your vaccine.
- Consent forms, where required, are available at clinic locations.
Influenza Clinic Information
- Anyone six months and older can receive the influenza vaccine.
- Children younger than 5 years of age must be immunized at an SHA clinic for both flu and COVID-19.
- All residents 65 years of age and older are eligible to receive the Fluzone High-Dose influenza vaccine.
COVID-19 Clinic Information
- A COVID-19 vaccine is available to anyone who meets current vaccine eligibility.
- If you are self-isolating as a close contact of a COVID-19 case confirmed either through rapid antigen or PCR testing and are asymptomatic, you are exempted from your self-isolation for the purpose of getting a COVID-19 vaccination only.
All residents 12 years old and up are still eligible to receive a first booster dose at least four months or longer after receiving the second dose of a two-dose vaccine.
Those who received the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine, may receive an mRNA booster a minimum of two months after immunization when eligible. Eligible residents can book their appointment at any SHA clinic online or through 1-833-SASKVAX, or their local pharmacy, or may attend any walk-in clinic.
First Booster Available - For Children Ages Five to 11 Years
As of August 31, 2022, all children ages five to 11 years are eligible for a first COVID-19 booster dose a minimum of four months after completion of their primary series of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine.
Second Boosters - Expanded Eligibility to 18 Years and Older
Effective Monday, August 15, 2022, all Saskatchewan residents aged 18 years and older are eligible to receive a second booster dose at least four months or longer after receiving their first booster. The second booster dose is available by booking an appointment at an SHA facility online, calling 1-833-SASKVAX (727-5829), or through a participating pharmacy. Vaccinations are also available by visiting an SHA walk-in clinic listed above.
Pfizer Bivalent Booster Available
Effective October 17, Saskatchewan residents 12 years and older who are eligible may receive the Pfizer bivalent vaccine. It is recommended that individuals receive the Pfizer bivalent booster dose at least four months following their last COVID-19 vaccination, regardless of the number of COVID-19 doses received to date.
This is a booster dose only.
Moderna Bivalent Booster Available
Effective September 29, all Saskatchewan residents 18 years and older who are eligible for a COVID-19 booster dose may receive the Moderna bivalent vaccine. It is recommended that eligible residents receive the Moderna bivalent booster dose at least four months following their last COVID-19 vaccination. This vaccine is a booster dose only, and can be taken no matter the number of previous doses received.
When you book online, it is not necessary to specify which COVID-19 vaccine you wish to receive. The option of a bivalent vaccine will be provided to eligible individuals in the clinic at the time of vaccination. Appointments can be booked online or by calling 1-833-SASKVAX (1-833-727-5829), 7 days a week, 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. or residents can visit an SHA walk-in clinic (see above) or local participating pharmacies.
Immunocompromised children aged five to 11 years who may have already received their third dose in a primary series are eligible for their first booster dose four months after completing the primary series doses.
All moderately to severely immunocompromised individuals aged 12 and older are still eligible to receive their first booster dose at least three months after receiving a three-dose vaccine.
Residents moderately to severely immunocompromised who are 18 years of age and older and have received a first booster dose are eligible to receive a second booster at least four months after their first booster dose. Eligible groups are listed at Saskatchewan.ca/covid-19.
Immunocompromised residents can receive their boosters at an SHA walk-in clinic (see listing above), participating pharmacy, or may call 1-833-SASKVAX (727-5829) to book an appointment. Some online appointments are available, depending on the interval of the last dose received.
Novavax Vaccine Availability
Starting Monday, April 11, 2022, Novavax vaccine for COVID-19 is available in Saskatchewan. It is available in limited quantities in select SHA walk-in clinics, or by appointment by calling 1-833-SASKVAX (1-833-727-5829).
For more information on the Novavax vaccine please visit the COVID-19 vaccines page.