Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Case numbers are updated daily. 

Effective December 17, all private dwelling indoor gatherings are limited to immediate households only.  Review all public health measures 

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COVID-19 Apps

Saskatchewan residents have access to a variety of online tools and resources to help prevent COVID-19 transmission and protect themselves and their families.

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1. COVID Alert

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Health Canada’s COVID Alert application is now available to Saskatchewan residents. This free, voluntary app provides digital alerts to let people know if they may have been exposed to COVID-19. It does not collect personal health information or track the location of users.

Download COVID Alert today

For more information, visit COVID Alert on the Government of Canada website.

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2. What to do if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19

Step 1: Get tested.

Step 2: Self-isolate at home. Even if your test is negative, if you were notified by the COVID Alert App that you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 you must still self-isolate at home for the full 14 days from the date you received your exposure notification.

Public health will contact you about your test results. You can also register for MySaskHealthRecord to see your test results.

 

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