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Public Health Measures

During an event like Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), the role of public health is to limit the spread of an illness through surveillance, containment and education.

Variants of concern (VOC) are beginning to rise across Saskatchewan, particularly in the Regina, Moose Jaw, Estevan, Weyburn, Yorkton and Saskatoon areas. Residents in the entire province are urged to adhere to best personal protective measures and public health measures.

Current province-wide public health measures:

  • Mandatory masking province-wide in indoor public spaces
  • All private dwelling indoor gatherings are limited to 15 or fewer people (including household members).
    • Exceptions: Caregivers, co-parenting arrangements, support personnel, maintenance and repair
  • Outdoor gatherings limited to maximum 150 people.
  • All residents of long-term care and personal care homes may allow four visitors indoors and nine visitors outdoors. Visitors will be allowed for both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents. All residents and visitors must continue with precautionary protective measures (masking, physical distancing, hand hygiene, etc.)
  • Entertainment transportation no longer permitted.

All restaurants and licensed establishments (bars, taverns, nightclubs)

  • No alcohol sales, for onsite consumption, after 10 p.m. in licensed establishments
  • No limit on table capacity
  • Two metres of physical distancing must be maintained between tables or a structural barrier must be in place between tables when two metres of distance is not possible.
  • Dance floors and buffets remain prohibited, VLT activity may resume.
  • Restaurants and licensed establishments must maintain guest/reservation information on all patrons.
  • Review the Restaurants and Licensed Establishments Guidelines.

Conference and banquet facilities, casinos, bingo halls, movie theatres, art galleries, libraries

  • Capacity cannot exceed 150 people
  • An occupancy level must be maintained that allows staff and customers to maintain two metres of physical distance.
  • Venues that feature in-house dining must follow the Restaurants and Licensed Establishments Guidelines from the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan.

Retail and personal care services

  • No capacity thresholds.
  • An occupancy level must be maintained that allows staff and customers to maintain two metres of physical distance.

Sport, Fitness and Dance

  • All team/group sports, activities, games, competitions, recitals, practices, etc. are suspended, including amateur and recreational leagues for all age groups. Examples include hockey, curling, racquet sports, cheerleading, dance practices in group setting, etc.
  • Athletes and dancers 18 years of age and under may continue practicing, conditioning and skills training in groups of eight or fewer, abiding by the required mask use and at least three metres of physical distancing between participants at all times.
    • Individual groups of eight must remain in their own group throughout the training or rehearsal.
    • Coaches /trainers are not included in the training group numbers as long as they are masked and maintain a minimum physical distance of three metres.
  • Fitness activities and group fitness classes in groups of eight or fewer continues to be permitted, for all ages. Mask use and at least three metres of physical distancing between participants must be maintained.
  • Review the Sports and Activities Guidelines.

Places of Worship

  • The total number of people participating in the services cannot exceed 30% of capacity or up to 150 people.
  • Review the Places of Worship guidelines.

Gyms and Fitness Facilities

  • All gyms and studios must maintain an occupancy level that allows staff and customers to maintain two metres physical distance.
  • Group fitness classes involving high intensity aerobic or physical training (e.g. aerobics, Zumba, spin) can be offered if three metres of physical distancing can be maintained at all times.
  • Review the Gyms and Fitness Facilities Guidelines

Review current Public Health Orders.

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