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· Yesterday (Sep 16, 2021), the Government of Saskatchewan announced that effective October 1, 2021 a provincial requirement for proof of vaccination or negative test will be implemented for public access to a list of establishments, businesses and event venues that bring groups of people together (a list can be found here – https://www.saskatchewan.ca/…/public-health-measures). The Government of Saskatchewan indicated that to facilitate verifiable proof of vaccination, Saskatchewan’s verifiable vaccination record will be launched on the week of September 20.In the meantime, the SHA is receiving significant requests to our public health offices for vaccination records. Getting your COVID-19 vaccination records through your local public health office will cost $20 per copy, and may take a few weeks to get to you. Save time, and money, and register with eHealth Saskatchewan‘s MySaskHealthRecord where you can download and print your vaccination records, and look at your entire health history, for FREE.