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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General Information for All Health Care Providers


3. Family Presence and Visitor Restrictions at Health Care Facilities

Learn more about family and support people presence and visitor restrictions implemented in Saskatchewan Health Facilities:

Long Term Care Home Outdoor Visits:


4. Travel and Self-Isolation Directives for Health Care Providers

Working in a COVID-19 Outbreak Worksite (Facility and Community Setting)

If a healthcare worker (HCW) experiences a breach in personal protective equipment (PPE) usage, they will be considered a close contact and will have to self-isolate and self-monitor for 14 days after last exposure.

If a HCW using proper PPE works at a COVID outbreak worksite, they are not considered to be a close contact. As such, they are required to self-monitor and use the Fitness for Work screening tool as they continue to attend work.


5. Cohorting Within Long-Term Care, Affiliates and Personal Care Homes

A Public Health Order was issued to restrict the movement of staff members among facilities by ensuring that each staff member works in only one facility. This is referred to as cohorting and is applicable to special-care homes including long-term care and personal care home facilities.

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