Sask. Premier on COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing – February 18, 2021

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Sask. Premier on COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing – February 18, 2021

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe delivers remarks and speaks with reporters after touring the province’s first mass vaccination clinic in Regina. The clinic is scheduled to get underway in April. The premier responds to questions about COVID-19 testing and vaccine supply as well as possible quarantines for people returning to Saskatchewan from interprovincial travel. He is joined by Dr. Tania Diener (the physician leading vaccine planning for the Saskatchewan Health Authority), Laveena Tratch (vaccine chief for the Regina Integrated Health Incident Command Centre), Sheila Anderson (executive director, Primary Health Care Regina with the Saskatchewan Health Authority) and Paul Merriman (provincial health minister). (no interpretation)