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1. COVID-19 Outbreaks in Saskatchewan

The declaration of a COVID-19 outbreak is used by Public Health to mobilize and coordinate a response to the infection. It is not necessarily an indicator of risk to the public.

The Public Health definition of an outbreak varies by setting. In long-term care and personal care homes, an outbreak is declared when one person (a resident or healthcare worker) tests positive for COVID-19.

We will be publicly posting outbreaks within:

  • Saskatchewan Health Authority facilities including hospitals, long-term care homes and integrated facilities, as well as assisted living facilities with a long-term care unit if the cases are associated with the long-term care unit;
  • personal care homes and homeless shelters as these include vulnerable populations; and
  • all correctional facilities in Saskatchewan

The posting of outbreaks in a workplace, industrial or commercial space will be done on a case-by-case basis, when deemed appropriate and necessary. This approach balances protecting the public and ensuring the privacy of individuals and businesses.

Public advisories will always be issued when there is a risk to the public.

Information updated June 23, 2020

Acute Care Hospital

Name Location Region Start Date End Date Other Information
Lloydminster Hospital Lloydminster North April 29, 2020 May 30, 2020  
Victoria Hospital Prince Albert North May 1, 2020 May 7, 2020  
Meadow Lake Hospital Meadow Lake North May 5, 2020 May 15, 2020  


Integrated Facility

Name Location Region Start Date End Date Other Information
La Loche Health Centre La Loche Far North April 17, 2020 May 16, 2020  



Name Location Region Start Date End Date Other Information
City of Saskatoon   Saskatoon May 27, 2020 June 21, 2020
Northern Village of Beauval   Far North May 1, 2020 June 2, 2020  
RM of Maple Creek   South June 17, 2020   Hutterite Communities (2)

Note: The category of facilities will only be displayed if an outbreak has been declared in that category.


2. Advisories – Events/Locations


3. News Releases

July 3, 2020

July 2, 2020

June 30, 2020

  • Pandemic Impacts Final 2019-20 Results
    Final results for 2019-20 fiscal year show a $319 million deficit, attributable to a steep revenue decline in the fourth quarter largely caused by the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic and resulting market downturn.

June 29, 2020

June 28, 2020

June 27, 2020

June 26, 2020

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4. Watch News Conferences with the Chief Medical Health Officer

Regular updates featuring Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer are streamed on weekdays at 2:30PM CST on Facebook and posted afterwards to YouTube.

You can also watch the updates live on the Legislative channel. To find the Legislative channel in your location, please consult your local cable provider (channel 20 for standard definition and 320 for high definition for SaskTel Max customers).

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