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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Healthcare Workers Wanted – COVID-19 Pandemic Response

Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is seeking qualified clinical and non-clinical healthcare workers to support the COVID-19 pandemic response. In order to match your qualifications and skills to the current staffing needs of SHA, we ask that you provide us with additional information. Please follow the instructions for the category that best describes you.

External qualified healthcare workers:


  • Licensed healthcare workers;
  • Certified non-clinical healthcare workers (i.e. Cook);
  • Recent or upcoming graduates of a post-secondary health profession;
  • Retired professionals requiring re-licensure; or
  • Individuals with health-related education or experience.

Please complete this application survey./p>

Current Saskatchewan Health Authority employees:

Part-time or casual SHA employees seeking additional hours during the COVID-19 response are encouraged to speak with their manager.

Please contact Human Resources for questions regarding staffing for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Pandemic Volunteers Wanted

Saskatchewan Health Authority is seeking volunteers to assist in different roles to support the health system response to COVID-19. We will reach out to successful applicants within one to two business days to discuss opportunities that may be suitable for you. Thank you in advance for your desire to help during the COVID-19 pandemic; together, we will get through this.

Apply to become a volunteer.

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