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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Physical Distancing

Physical distancing is proven to be one of the most effective ways to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Physical distancing means avoiding close contact with others.

How to Maintain Proper Physical Distancing:

  • Avoid crowded places.
  • Avoid close contact with people outside of your household.
  • Two-metres distance should be maintained from others when shopping, walking in the community, or in hospitals and health care facilities.
  • Avoid non-essential trips in the community.
  • Wear non-medical masks (e.g. cloth masks) where it is difficult to maintain two-metres physical distance.
  • Limit or postpone gatherings.
  • Conduct virtual meetings and work from home, when possible.
  • Stay home if you are sick, even if your symptoms are mild. This means do not go shopping or attend social gatherings.

Avoid the Three Cs


Solidarity in social distancing, a letter from Dr. Susan Shaw, Chief Medical Officer for the Saskatchewan Health Authority | (PDF version)

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