COVID-19 Resources for Seniors

COVID-19 Vaccines

Second COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Dose

A second bivalent COVID-19 booster dose is recommended for individuals with a greater risk of contracting COVID-19 illness.
Residents eligible to receive a second COVID-19 bivalent booster dose six or more months from the last COVID-19 booster or COVID-19 infection (whichever interval is longer) include:

Adults 80 years of age and older.
Adults 65 to 79 years of age, particularly if they have not had a prior COVID-19 infection (verbal confirmation is acceptable from the client or their caregiver). READ MORE

Pfizer Bivalent COVID-19 Vaccine at Public Health Clinics for 12+ Starting October 17Read more

To book appointments
phone 1-833-Sask-VAX (1-833-727-5829)
Book online
Visit a participating pharmacy

Self Test Kits

Rapid Antigen Self Test KitsLocations for Self Test Kits


Testing locations – More information

Government Resources: COVID-19

Community Directories

Face Masks


Grocery and Food Delivery in Saskatoon
  • Services for Seniors – Phone 306-668-2762

Grocery Stores that deliver

Health Services

  • Lumeca
    A Saskatchewan based app that gives Saskatchewan residents free, confidential access to health care professionals through their mobile devices
  • Self-Assessment Tool: COVID-19 – Government of Saskatchewan

Mental Health Resources



  • YXE City Cabs Free Prescription Pick-Up for seniors: (306) 444-3333
  • Medicine Shoppe [any location] – Free prescription delivery 
  • Earl’s Pharmacy – Free prescription delivery 306-244-1531
  • London Drugs – a program to help seniors who may be isolated and in need of medications.  Caregivers and family members can email 
  • Shoppers Drug Mart – Fee delivery of medications to your home and help answer your questions via phone. Phone local store[s] for details.


Support Services 

  • Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan: Phone/email support to people with dementia, family, friends 306-683-6322; Dementia Helpline at 1-877-949-4141
  • Family Service Saskatoon –Phone counselling
    Phone counselling will be offered during our regular office hours – Monday – Friday,  9am – 5pm. Call (306) 244-0127 within those times for more information.
  • Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations [FSIN] 1-877-626-6448
  • Saskatoon Food Bank – 306-664-6565 Emergency Food Hampers
  • Saskatoon Crisis Intervention Service – Emergency service (306) 933-6200
  • Sage Seniors’ Resources – home health and mobility needs
    Phone: 306-955-7243 Email:
  • Saskatoon Council on Aging: Telephone Visit Program – SCOA will match you with a friendly volunteer to chat over the phone.  To register phone 306.652.2255
    Funded by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program, in partnership with United Way of Saskatoon and area. 


  • Bolt Mobile – Operation Lifeline 
    Old phones are being refurbished and sanitized and then donated to people without phones who are isolated in seniors’ homes and hospitals. Currently available to hospitals and care homes only. Donations accepted. If your hospital or care home facility is interested in receiving donated devices, please contact us today by calling 306-668-4653. 
COVID-19 Vaccine Information: Saskatchewan Health Authority
COVID-19 Vaccine Information: Saskatchewan Health Authority


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2 thoughts on “COVID-19 Resources for Seniors”

  1. I’m trying to find out if pharmacies or the govt are sending teams into care homes to make it easier for seniors. I know they did this on earlier doses. Thank you

    1. Hello Kathy,
      Thank you for your comment. We have not been advised or received any information with regard to this initiative. If we receive this, we will definitely share it with our community.
      This is the contact information for Public Health if you wish to inquire directly:
      Primary Health Care – Public Health, Saskatchewan Health Authority
      Address: 101, 310 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, SK, S7L 0Z2
      Phone: 306-655-4620 Fax: 306-655-4498 Website:
      Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
      • Pneumococcal immunizations for those age 65+ and at risk individuals (call first as immunization may be at a different location)
      • Influenza clinics held during mid Oct-Dec; call 306-655-4358 to find out locations
      • High risk immunizations
      • Follow-up of reported communicable diseases

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