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On-campus Influenza and COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Updated on Oct 18
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Alliance Pharmacy is hosting walk-in on-campus influenza and COVID-19 vaccine clinics for the campus community. Thank you to everyone who has attended our on-campus clinics so far! Details for next week’s vaccine clinics are below.

  • Date: Wednesday October 20th and Thursday October 21st
  • Time: 9:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Location: Research and Innovation Centre Atrium (Note that the clinic is back to its usual location this week)

This clinic is available to University of Regina students, faculty, and staff and their immediate family members (spouse, partner, or dependent children).

As this clinic is being administered by Alliance Pharmacy, third doses of COVID vaccine will be available.


Eligibility for Pfizer and Moderna is as follows:

  • First dose: Anyone born in 2009 or earlier
  • Second dose: Anyone born in 2009 or earlier who received their first dose on September 14 or earlier (you may receive your second dose 28 days after receiving your first dose)

Those who will be attending this vaccine clinic should note the following protocols and procedures:

  • If you are feeling unwell or displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please do not attend this clinic.
  • You must wear a mask to enter the University of Regina and to receive your vaccine at the clinic.
  • After you receive the vaccine, you will be required to wait 15 minutes in the same area.
  • Bring your Saskatchewan health card or other provincial health card. However, if you do not have a health card, you can still receive the influenza or COVID vaccine. (Please bring another piece of picture ID such as an out-of-province driver’s license or a passport)
  • Please wear short sleeves or other attire that allows for easy access to the upper arm for the vaccination.

If you are not able to make it to the on-campus clinic, Alliance Pharmacy at 1101A Kramer Blvd. is also able to vaccinate (influenza and COVID-19) anyone with a Saskatchewan Health Card during their regular hours of operation.

If you have any questions, please email

Thank you once again for your continued efforts and commitment in keeping our campus community healthy and safe.