COVID-19 Immunizations

Pharmacies across Saskatchewan are administering COVID-19 Immunizations. The Government of Saskatchewan has created a map showing where residents can get COVID-19 immunizations from their local pharmacies. Click on the map image below to find the nearest pharmacy immunization site.

1. Go online or call to to book your appointment. Follow the directions provided by the pharmacy.

2. Be prepared to be screened for COVID-19 by a pharmacy staff member.

3. You may be asked to wear a mask. Expect pharmacy staff to be wearing masks too.

4. Wear loose clothing with short sleeves.

5. Respect the recommended distancing inside your pharmacy.

6. You will be asked to stay for a minimum of 15 minutes after the immunization to be observed and treated in case of a very rare but serious adverse reaction to the vaccine.


What vaccine will I receive?
The vaccine you receive will be the one supplied to the pharmacy. This may include Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca.

Can I choose my vaccine?
No, unfortunately, pharmacies are only able to provide the vaccine they’ve been supplied with and will only have one vaccine at their location.

Can my child get their vaccine at the pharmacy?

Starting Friday, July 22, parents and guardians of all children age six months up to five years will be able to book appointments online (at public health clinicis only – children under 5 years of age cannot be vaccinated at a pharmacy) starting at 8:00am or by calling 1-833-Sask-VAX (1-833-727-5829) at 8:45am. 

All Saskatchewan residents six months and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. A second dose of the vaccine can be provided 28 days after receiving the first dose*

* Families may choose to receive the second dose of the pediatric vaccine as early as 21 days after the initial dose. Children 6 months to less than five years may receive second/third doses within 28 days of the previous dose, as vaccine supply permits.

When can I get my third or fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine?
All residents age 12 and older are eligible for a third dose, and some populations are eligible to receive a fourth dose.For more information visit Government of Saskatchewan website

Are these vaccines safe?
Yes, each of these vaccines has been approved by Health Canada, through a rigorous process, to ensure the safety of Saskatchewan residents. 
To learn more about their approval process, please visit the Health Canada web page. 

What’s the difference between the vaccines?
To learn more about what Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, please click here. Busting Common myths about mRNA vaccines.
To learn more about Astrazeneca and viral vector vaccines, please click here.

Who should I talk to about my concerns surrounding the vaccines?
PAS recommends you speak with your pharmacist or other health provider about your concerns surrounding your COVID-19 vaccination. There are also additional resources at Immunize Canada which may answer some of your questions. Immunize Canada Q & A on COVID-19 Vaccinations