The province says the Regina drive-thru vaccination clinic will not reopen until May 2 unless an unexpected increase in available vaccine supply is made.
The clinic. which had been open to those between the ages of 46-56 on Friday, was closed Friday night after the supply it had was emptied.
Anyone aged 48 and up can still book an appointment through the province’s online system or by calling 1-833-727-5829.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health has been informed of a reduction in the April 26 Moderna shipment. Saskatchewan’s allocation has been reduced by 47 per cent, from 35,800 doses to 18,800 doses. The Ministry is working with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Indigenous Services Canada to determine the potential impact this reduction could have on booked appointments, and the pharmacy vaccination pilot project.