Saskatoon Tribal Council

Public Service Announcement: COVID-19 Immunization Update Effective June 10:

Second Doses Eligibility Drops to 55+ OR Anyone Immunized on or Before April 7; Additional Appointments Added to Patient Booking System

Effective, 8:00 a.m., June 10, 2021, the Saskatchewan Health Authority, in collaboration with the Saskatoon Tribal Council, has accelerated access to second doses of COVID-19 vaccine to anyone who is 55 years and older OR who received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine on or before April 7.

For those who still require a first dose (Age 12+), please walk-in to the SaskTel Centre between 9:30am and 4:00pm. We do have a centralized booking system that can be accessed by phoning 1-833-653-0002.  Please note, the lines are very busy as everyone is looking to be vaccinated so we can go back to normalcy. Walk-ins are preferred and welcomed to all who meet the SHA criteria. We are very close to reaching the next stage of the re-open Saskatchewan plan. Help us reach the finish line!

Eligibility remains unchanged for residents of the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District (NSAD) at 40 years and older for second doses, regardless of when they received their first dose as long as they have passed the minimum interval between doses for the vaccine brand.

Read the full PSA on the Saskatchewan Health Authority website: https://www.saskhealthauthority.ca/news/releases/Pages/2021/June/COVID-19-Immunization-Update-Effective-June-10-Second-Doses-Eligibility-Drops-to-55--OR-Anyone-Immunized-on-or-Before-April.aspx

The PSA will continue to change periodically so please continue to keep yourself updated and please continue to take care and be safe.

Saskatoon Tribal Council is now a walk in from Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. daily.

Age Eligibility as of June 9

For Second Doses:

  • all individuals 60 years of age and older,
  • all individuals who had their first dose on or before March 29,
  • individuals diagnosed with or being treated for cancer, who will receive a letter of confirmation,
  • individuals who have received solid organ transplants, who will receive a letter of confirmation,
  • residents of NSAD over the age of 40, regardless of when they received their first dose, as long as they have a minimum interval between doses of 28 days.
  • Persons who received a first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine may receive either the AstraZeneca vaccine or an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) for their second dose when eligible under provincial age or date criteria for second doses.

All residents aged 12 and older are eligible for their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.  Note that only the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for use with residents aged 12 to 17.

2019/2020 Annual Report

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SaskTel Immunization Centre Walk-In Clinic

Starting May 19th to July 28th 2021, the clinic will be offering 300 Pfizer doses daily on a first come, first served basis for anyone 16 and over. First doses only.

The clinic will open at 9:30am Monday to Friday, and is located at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon.


SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL COVID­-19
INDIGENOUS IMMUNIZATION CENTRE

Book online at: https://forms.office.com/r/YTU4ZPD39D

Appointments are available for 35 years of age and above immediately. Please preregister to book your appointment if you haven't done so already.

SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL COVID­19 INDIGENOUS IMMUNIZATION CENTRE

STC Covid-19 Indigenous Immunization Centre Video

SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL COVID­-19
INDIGENOUS IMMUNIZATION CENTRE WALK-IN CLINIC

The STC Covid-19 Indigenous Immunization Centre will be offering 330 AstraZeneca vaccinations daily through a walk-in clinic starting May 3rd to May 8th, 2021. The hours are 9:00am to 4:00pm.

The walk-in clinic will be open to those aged 40 and over, for first doses only.

The walk-in clinic will be on a first come, first served basis and is located at the SaskTel Centre.

Saskatoon Community Response to COVID-19
Essential Services Hub Locations & Hours

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Updated:   March 27, 2020

White Buffalo Youth Lodge Food Security and Support Services Registration Form

March 18, 2020, Saskatchewan declared a state of emergency forcing all non-essential businesses and organizations to shut down until further notice, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Saskatoon Tribal Council will continue to provide essential services to the most vulnerable populations and are mobilizing services to better serve those living in scarcity and are at risk of living in a desperation of the basic human needs.

Please know our services are subject to change as our organization navigate through the COVID-19 Pandemic and State of Emergency. Our staff and partners are working diligently to continue to provide supports services to the best our abilities. We are also taking all safety precautions to ensure everyone’s safety and well-being.

Please be aware that by accepting our food services or services in general, you are waiving your right to hold the White Buffalo Youth Lodge and the Saskatoon Tribal Council liable if you or the persons listed below contract the COVID-19 virus.

Thank you for taking the time to fill out this needs assessment and support services survey. Please be advised that it may take a navigator up to 72 hours to make contact. If you are experiencing an emergency, please contact your nearest emergency provider.


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