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Latest Updates


1. COVID-19 Outbreaks in Saskatchewan

View Active COVID-19 Outbreaks in Saskatchewan

Effective February 7, 2022, public health is shifting resources to focus on outbreak management in settings where the risk of severe health outcomes is highest.

Outbreaks in long-term care and personal care homes will continue to be publicly reported below.

Outbreaks related to public mass gatherings/events, places of worship, workplaces, child care and educational settings will no longer be posted on However, these venues and organizations will continue to be supported by local public health with transmission mitigation planning and standard surveillance protocols.

Given widespread community transmission of the Omicron variant, residents should assume it is present everywhere and take all appropriate precautions.


2. News Conferences with the Chief Medical Health Officer


December 21, 2021 - COVID-19 Data Analytics and Modelling Update

November 18, 2021 - COVID-19 Modeling and Analytics Update

October 20, 2021 - Saskatchewan Data Analytics and Projections

*Please note that PEOC technical media briefings are not streamed and not available.


An archive of press conferences featuring updates on the status of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan and changes to public health orders that were live-streamed to Facebook are available on YouTube.

An archive of presentations made during news conferences are available on the Publications Centre.


3. Service Disruptions

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