Saskatchewan residents and experts are welcoming the news that anyone over the age of 18 can now receive their second booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as long as they received their third dose at least four months prior.
“I live with people who are highly vulnerable and I want to make sure that I don’t bring home something that could cause them serious harm,” Natasha Williamson of Saskatoon said on Friday.
Williamson, 39, says the uncertainty of when should would get her fourth dose has been stressful.
The wait since she received her third dose at the end of 2021 has been long, and that’s why she is so eager to get her fourth dose booked as soon as possible.
Natasha Williamson says she sees her second booster as a birthday present: She’s getting her shot the day she turns 40.
“I think I kind of like shrieked happily, and then I immediately went online and checked my two closest…