Data collected by the provincial government shows that the incident rate of adverse effects of COVI-19 vaccines is lower in Saskatchewan than the rest of the country.
As of January 15th, the province is reporting 2,234,447 doses of COVID-19 vaccine being administered. Of those, there have been 1,155 adverse effects reported in Saskatchewan, 90 of those deemed as serious. The incidence rate per 1,000 doses of reports of adverse effects is 0.52, with a serious adverse effect occurring at a rate of 0.04 per 1,000 doses.
The most commonly reported adverse effect in the province has been rashes, with the next two being edema and paresthesia. As of January 15th, there had been three reports of vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia and 29 reports of myocarditis or pericarditis.
Nationally, the rate of serious adverse effects as a result of a COVID-19 vaccine is 0.01 per 1000 doses administered.
You can find the complete list of adverse reactions on the provincial government’s website.