COVID-19 in Sask.: 5 more deaths, another record set for hospitalizations Run, don’t walk, to get your flu shot, infectious disease expert says “Protecting yourself and your loved ones from contracting influenza is a simple thing we can all do to further ease the pressure on our health-care system caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.” COVID-19 vaccinations will be available at most SHA flu shot clinics, according to the province. You can book a COVID vaccine appointment through the same website.
SHA operated flu shot clinics begin next Tuesday, Oct. 12. Several local pharmacies will also administer the shot. “The Government of Saskatchewan strongly encourages residents to get their flu shot this year,” Health Minister Paul Merriman wrote in a statement.
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