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The Saskatchewan government says it's ready to begin immunizing critical health-care workers against COVID-19 starting next week.

The Ministry of Health says it expects to receive 1,950 doses of Pfizer's vaccine by Tuesday.

There is to be a pilot vaccination program at the Regina General Hospital for health-care workers in intensive and emergency care, COVID-19 units and testing and assessment centres.

The province plans to move into its first official stage of its vaccination program in late December as it receives more doses.

More health-care workers, staff and residents in long-term care, seniors over 80 and people in remote areas like the far north, who are at least 50, are to get those shots.

The government plans to move from vaccinating some of its most vulnerable residents to the general population beginning in April.

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