Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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2021-22 Budget protects the health and public safety of Saskatchewan people and the province's economy in the fight against COVID-19. Record investments in health care, pre-K to grade 12 and post-secondary education, social services and assistance, and the protection of persons and property, will help Saskatchewan move forward.

Protecting Saskatchewan People

  • $4.8 billion in support to fight COVID-19, including $1.5 billion in this Budget, $2 billion last year and a further $1.3 billion over the next two years
  • $6.5 billion record level of health care funding
  • $90 million for specific COVID-19 health response, includes mass vaccination rollout, PPE, lab capacity and physician costs
  • $23.4 million increase to $458 million total for mental health and addictions services and programs, including specialized youth services, 12 new treatment beds and two new pre-treatment beds in Estevan
  • $6 million to hire 100 continuing care aides, the start of hiring 300, for long-term care and expanded home care services

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