Sumary of COVID-19: Saskatchewan’s vaccination rates slowing:
- eHealth Saskatchewan working on developing COVID-19 immunization certificates She said she’ll stay away from someone she knows isn’t vaccinated — and a new poll shows about half of Canadians agree with her.
- She told Global News her family still abides by the public health guidelines to stay safe, despite the fact the provincial government lifted them 10 days ago.
- Hospitals of Regina Foundation invests $150K in VIDO-InterVac lab But she’s still nervous.
- The slowdown is taking place despite the Saskatchewan Health Authority saying it’s easy to get your shot.
- “We have lots of available appointments available throughout the week and the weekends,” said Laveena Tratch, the Vaccine Chief for the Regina Integrated Health Incident Command Centre.
- 21 Satellite images show wildfire smoke spreading across Canada University of Saskatchewan epidemiologist Nazeem Muhajarine said asking about someone’s vaccine status shouldn’t be an issue.
- Employees need flexibility, clarity on return-to-work plans: study “Unvaccinated people really are the ones shouldn’t be mixing with anybody out there,” he told Global News, “because they are the ones who are vulnerable to catching a more contagious variant, like the Delta variant.
- Story continues below He told Global News political leaders and public health officials need to be very blunt to get that 13 per cent of people to get their shots.