You can now book the first of two doses for the COVID-19 Pfizer pediatric vaccine. 

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) will be offering pediatric vaccines in 141 communities across Saskatchewan. 

More than 100 schools in the province will also hold vaccine clinics, and information on those in-school clinics will be available to parents and students directly.

Specialized clinics will be made available for children with additional needs.

The pediatric Pfizer vaccine is administered in a smaller dose, and the SHA is recommending an 8-week interval between first and second doses.

Remember to have your child's Saskatchewan health card number handy when going to book.

You can find out how to book here.

No walk-in clinics are booked currently for Moose Jaw that supplies pediatric vaccines. You can see a list of the walk-in clinics here.


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