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.
UPDATEThe Regina Drive Thru immunization site line is now CLOSED. We have run out of vaccine.
Thank you for your patience + understanding as we worked to exhaust the pilot vaccine supply.
Please note, the closure is temporary until more vaccine supply becomes available.
— Saskatchewan Health Authority (@SaskHealth) March 23, 2021
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.