COVID-19 - New Restrictions
Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Daily case numbers and information for businesses and workers.
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Find services and information for Saskatchewan residents and visitors.
Find services and information for doing business in Saskatchewan.
Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Get the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Saskatchewan – this includes active outbreaks, advisories for potential exposure to COVID-19, news releases and video updates from Saskatchewan's Chief Medical Health Officer Dr. Saqib Shahab.
Learn more about testing statistics, cases and risk of COVID-19.
Saskatchewan residents have access to a variety of online tools and resources to help prevent COVID-19 transmission and protect themselves and their families.
Health officials strongly recommend wearing a non-medical mask in the community, even if you don’t have symptoms. It is an additional measure you can take to reduce transmission of COVID-19.
Get the latest information about travel within and outside Saskatchewan, and international travel.
This includes information on school/daycare closures, guidance for public and private gatherings, guidance for health care facilities, guidance for workplaces, travel recommendations and public health orders.
Information for all health care providers and volunteers on personal protective equipment, temporary COVID-19 related employment and volunteer opportunities, virtual care, resilient workplace, child care and more.
Saskatchewan’s Safe School Plan outlines the guidance for school divisions and families to prepare for the safe return of students in September.
Re-Open Saskatchewan is a methodical and phased-in approach to slowly and responsibly lift restrictions on businesses and services.
Learn more about assessment and treatment for individuals with confirmed cases of COVID-19 and those presenting with COVID-19 symptoms.
Learn more about when and where to get tested, and who to contact for more information.
Find available support for businesses and workers.
Child care centres co-located in schools are open to workers who continue to work during the pandemic and workers who will return to work as part of Phase I and Phase II of the Re-open Saskatchewan Plan.
There are mental health supports available to help you through this difficult time.
Learn more about how to properly physical distance.
Use this self-assessment tool to determine whether you should be tested for COVID-19.
Learn more about when and how to self-isolate.
Learn more about self-monitoring.
Find links to community and national resources.
On March 18, 2020, the Government of Saskatchewan declared a provincial State of Emergency, giving the government broad powers to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
Information about health system preparations and planning.
Information for patients, clients, family members and support persons entering SHA hospitals and continuing care (long-term care) homes.
Learn more about COVID-19 including symptoms, treatment and how to protect yourself.
Find out who to contact for additional information.
Search content and files related to COVID-19.
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