COVID-19 vaccines are coming soon to our pharmacy! Our shipments will be based on allocations from the Province of Saskatchewan. We will be following provincial and federal guidelines to distribute the vaccine. Please check back to our website and Facebook page for updates as we get more information on our allocation of vaccine, the next phases of the vaccine, and eligible age groupings.
The vaccines will be given by appointment only. We will contact you with more information as it becomes available. Contacting us does not guarantee you a COVID-19 vaccine.
Click the Yes! I’m Interested button to download the Injection Form. Getting this form back to us will put you on our waiting list.
- Please fill this out
- Send it back to us!
There are 3 ways to get your information to us so that we know you are interested in getting your vaccine here at our pharmacy.
EMAIL IT TO US: – Send it to [email protected]
MAIL IT TO US: – Mail it to BOX 5700 STN Main, Prince Albert, SK S6V7V6
DROP IT OFF: – Bring it right to the pharmacy at 2345 10th Ave W, Prince Albert, SK, S6V7V6
Getting your COVID-19 vaccine is an important tool to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and slow this pandemic. The vaccine can help keep you from getting COVID-19 and protect your family, friends, and our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the vaccine for COVID-19 available?
We are registered with the provincial government to be able to provide COVID-19 vaccines and will be receiving vaccine based on allocations from the province. The supply of vaccine is limited at this time, so we are following recommendations from the government to vaccinate priority groups first. The vaccine will be available by appointment only at our store.
How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone!
What are COVID-19 vaccine side effects?
The most common side effects include pain and swelling on the arm where you got your vaccine. You may experience other side effects including fever, chills, tiredness, and headache. These side effects should go away in a few days. If you did not have any side effects from the first dose, you may still experience side effects with the second dose. Because the vaccine was approved for emergency use, other side effects have yet to be determined.