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The vaccine is distributed in two doses between 21 and 28 days apart
Saskatchewan doctors are watching closely as the provincial government prepares to roll out the first Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines in Saskatchewan.
On Tuesday, the province is set to start distributing 1,950 doses of the vaccine as they are received as part of a pilot project in Regina. The province is currently depending on a second successful delivery of the vaccine for the required second dose within 21 to 28 days.