Scotiabank Arena to host mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic for young kids Dec. 12, 2020
“The purpose of this clinic will be to provide safe, high-quality medical care to children under the age of 12 that are most at risk of serious side effects from the vaccine,” Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic Preparedness and Public Health Action plan.
Saskatoon, SK — Saskatoon Public Schools (SPS) is pleased to be able to provide support and assistance in the form of this mass vaccination program for young children. The clinic will take place beginning at 12pm on Monday, December 12th at the Scotiabank Arena in Saskatoon, SK. The following children will be vaccinated: 6 week old infants (between the ages of 6 weeks and 30 days), 3 month old infants (between the ages of 3 months and 12 months), and 22 plus month old infants (between the ages of 22 and 36 months).
This is a highly-anticipated vaccine, as it is the first of its kind for Canadian children.
As parents, we are excited to offer our support to help make this happen. We encourage you to bring your children to this clinic, as the nurses will be able to examine and provide the required vaccinations.
There is no cost to attend this clinic. To make this even more convenient for Saskatoon families, you will receive a ticket to the game as part of your registration. All you have to do is present your ticket to receive your discount. This helps ensure your child’s safety and security as they receive immunizations.
The purpose of this mass vaccination program will be to provide safe, high-quality medical care to children under the age of 12 that are most at risk of severe side effects from the vaccine. The initial vaccination will be administered at Scotiabank Arena and children will be transported to the SPUCS health campus for further vaccinations and follow-up. Additional vaccinations will be administered at the health campus.
To find out more information about this clinic, please complete the form below and we will contact you by telephone