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The provincial requirement to provide proof of vaccination or negative tests in Saskatchewan businesses, workplaces and other public venues ended Monday, February 14.
As of February 14, 2022, The Employers' COVID-19 Emergency Regulations and The Public Employers' COVID-19 Emergency Regulations regarding proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result from employees will no longer be in effect.
Q&A – Removal of Vaccination Requirements in the Workplace
The Employers' COVID-19 Emergency Regulations
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