Ahead of the anticipated arrival of more COVID-19 vaccine doses in the coming weeks, the province has now confirmed who will be prioritized next for its vaccination program.
In a memo sent out to local medical officers of health and hospital CEOs on Sundaycinemas and libraries) can operate at one-third of their fire code occupancy., provincial officials said staff and essential caregivers in long-term care homesincluding Arviat, high-risk retirement homes and First Nations elder care homes, along with any residents in these settings who have not yet received a first dose, are an “immediate priority” for vaccination.
“The provincial target of providing a first dose offer of vaccine to residents of all long-term care homes and high-risk retirement homes is arriving at completionStudents from grades 10 to 12 were allowed to return to class Monday — most fo. This includes work underway to make vaccinations available to First Nations elder care homes across the province,” the memo read.
“At this timesupervised by someone who will enforce sanitary precautions., we are pleased to report that residents at all long-term care homes across the province have been given an opportunity for their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.”