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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Assessment and Treatment Sites

Assessment and Treatment Sites for COVID-19 have been established across the province, with additional sites to open in the coming weeks.

These sites provide in-person intermediate care, assessment and treatment for individuals presenting with escalating symptoms consistent with COVID-19, those confirmed positive with COVID-19 who have other health conditions, or those on self-isolation due to travel or a public health directive. The intent of these sites is to reduce in-person visits to Emergency Rooms, other primary care clinics and physician clinics.

Services are similar to what an individual would expect to receive during an examination at a physician's office or primary care clinic, but for COVID-19 only. This may include services such as diagnostic imaging and IV antibiotics.

All patients require a referral before arrival. Patients may be referred to Assessment and Treatment Sites through HealthLine 811, a family physician or by ER staff.

After receiving a referral, patients will receive a call from the assessment site to arrange a scheduled arrival time. Patients should arrive at the site by private vehicle – not public transit. Upon arrival, patients must remain in their vehicle until assessed by a medical health provider wearing appropriate Personal Protective Equipment. The patient will be issued a mask and escorted into the building for assessment.

Currently, Assessment and Treatment Sites have been established in the following locations:

Assiniboia Moose Jaw
Estevan Moosomin
Fort Qu'Appelle Nipawin
Humboldt North Battleford
Indian Head Outlook
Kamsack Prince Albert
Kindersley Regina
Lloydminster Saskatoon
Maple Creek Swift Current
Meadow Lake Wadena
Melfort Weyburn
Melville Yorkton

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