Need to Know: Pfizer for kids, Agribition, Concert Announcement
Saskatchewan is waiting for 110,000 children’s doses of the Pfizer vaccine to arrive in the province following Health Canada’s approval of the shot for kids aged five to 11 on Friday.
The first batch of COVID-19 vaccines for children landed in Canada on Sunday. A UPS plane bearing thousands of pediatric doses touched down in the rain at an airport in Hamilton. Sunday's delivery marks the first in an accelerated shipment of vaccines geared toward children between the ages of five and 11.
Clinics are expected to be offered at accessible clinics in locations such as libraries, learning centres, community and sports centres. The intent is to start administering immunizations in many locations within 24 to 48 hours of delivery from the federal government. The Government of Saskatchewan has not announced when it expects doses to arrive.
Agribition founder Chris Sutter’s family will officially open the 50th Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) on Monday, November 22 with the annual Burning of the Brand ceremony at 10 a.m. in the Bud Light Loading Chute. This will be followed by a free pancake breakfast until noon. Admission is free all day on Monday, November 22 courtesy of CN.
Pure Country 92.7 welcomes Dallas Smith and his Some Things Never Change tour May 27th at the Brandt Centre!
Oh and he's bringing friends... Meghan Patrick, James Barker Band, Shawn Austin, Jojo Mason, Kelly Prescott and Manny Blu
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