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As Saskatchewan continues to have high vaccination rates in the province, Premier Scott Moe sent a message to those who chose not to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday.

“You have to know and you have to be fully aware of the risks associated with your decision,” Moe said.

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“Even if we reopen in Saskatchewan, COVID is not going away, COVID will not be going away. Those who have chosen not to be vaccinated, you will continue to run the risk of not only contracting COVID, but also much more serious results. “

As noted in its daily COVID-19 update, Saskatchewan has administered 665,193 vaccines to date, of which 606,936 are first doses. 58,180 people received two doses.

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“I know that some of you are making this choice and there is also some encouraging others not to get vaccinated perhaps under a mistaken idea of ​​defending your personal freedoms, here is the thing”, a said Moe.

“You are actually the ones standing in your way. I know it’s a strange misconception that politicians like me and others like to impose these restrictions on people and the general public.

“I’m telling you today, nothing could be further from the truth. I hate it and look forward to the day when it all ends.

Moe said that day would only come when enough people get vaccinated.

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“If you really want to get all your freedoms back, line up and get the shot, it’s really not that big of a deal,” Moe said.

“We are not asking you to storm the beaches of Normandy. All we ask you to do is come in and put a little needle in your arm.

Moe reminds people that thousands of people around the world are working hard to provide safe and effective vaccines as well as the thousands of healthcare workers in Saskatchewan who administer the vaccines.

“The citizens of Saskatchewan continue to do their part and continue to get immunized,” said Moe. “To all those who choose not to get vaccinated or to those who can campaign to keep others unvaccinated, I want you to know that each of these people value their freedoms and they want these restrictions to go away. as much as you. .

“But here’s the difference: they’re actually doing something about it.”

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Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Saqib Shabab, encourages anyone who is not vaccinated and eligible to get vaccinated.

“I think it’s critical that we get vaccinated at the earliest opportunity and look at all the options available – SHA (Saskatchewan Health Authority) – run clinics, pharmacies,” Shahab said. “Look at all the options around us.”

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As of Wednesday, the eligibility criteria for the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been open to people aged 12 and over.








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