AstraZeneca drive-thru clinic in Regina exhausts vaccine supply

The Regina drive-thru vaccination clinic ran out of AstraZeneca doses Monday night.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority posted on social media last night indicating that the closure of the drive-thru clinic is temporary.

The clinic will re-open when more vaccine supply gets sent to the province.

When the drive-thru clinic re-opens, Saskatchewan residents 58 years of age and older, as well as Phase One healthcare workers, will be able to receive their first dose of the vaccine.

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