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COVID-19 Urban Indigenous Vaccine Clinic

Urban Indigenous citizens who are living in the city of Regina who are 35+ Effective May 6

SHA has partnered with Regina Treaty Status Indian Services (RTSIS), MN-S, and Wellness Wheel working collaboratively with our First Nation and Métis partners to host vaccine clinics in our community

Vaccines will be available by appointment only


To book your appointment please call – 306-766-3780
If you have text only ability – please text 306-531-7291

We highly encourage all citizens to get the vaccine. If you need addition- al information we encourage you to visit Saskatchewan.ca for more COVID-19 information

COVID-19 is having a serious impact on our Member First Nations and as we advance our vaccination rollout, we have compiled a list of credible information to better help you understand the vaccine(s) and vaccination process.

We are at a turning point in our fight against COVID-19. Health Canada has now authorized the first vaccine for use in Canada. 

What you need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine for Canada

Download the Canadian COVID-19 Vaccine Information Document to help keep you better informed.


  • Vaccines are one of the best ways to stop the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.
  • Vaccines help us protect ourselves, our families, and others around us.
  • COVID-19 vaccine can help us make our communities safer, start to resume our normal lives and end the pandemic.

SK COVID-19 Vaccine Safety-Science Fact Sheets

Download the Saskatchewan COVID-19 Vaccine Safety-Science Fact Sheets to help keep you better informed.