Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Daily case numbers and information for businesses and workers.

The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Public Health Monitoring and Surveillance

The Ministry of Health works with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and other agencies to monitor disease outbreaks, public health risk factors and reported levels of illness, injury and disease in the Saskatchewan population.

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1. Saskatchewan Health Status Report

The Saskatchewan Health Status Report provides information on key data and trends for use in planning health strategies and services, with a goal to improve the health of people in the province.
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2. Saskatchewan Population Health Assessment and Surveillance Reports

These reports provide topic-specific information to help inform planning health strategies and services in the province.

Health Indicators

Chronic Diseases

Immunizations

Communicable Diseases

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3. Covered Population Report

This annual report is a count of all persons who held Saskatchewan health coverage.

All residents of Saskatchewan are included in the Covered Population Report except residents covered by the federal government (members of the Canadian Forces and inmates of federal prisons) and people not yet meeting the residency requirement.

The Covered Population Report is published annually by eHealth Saskatchewan. See the most recent report and report archive.

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