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Public and Private Gatherings

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1. Public and Private Gatherings

Private Gatherings

Effective June 20, 2021: Indoor Private Gatherings are limited to 15 or few people

  • All private indoor gatherings are limited to 15 or few people (including household members).
    Exceptions: Caregivers, co-parenting arrangements, support personnel, maintenance and repair 
  • Caregivers, support personnel and tradespersons who are not a member of the household are not included in the maximum number of people allowed in that household. 

Public Gatherings

People may meet and greet outdoors with up to 150 people only.

Indoor public banquets, conferences, wedding and funeral receptions in public venues will be limited to 150 people. 

Drive-In Events (Parades, Graduations, Gatherings)

Guidance on Car-based Drive-In Events

This guidance is intended for car parades and drive-in events such as graduations and fireworks. It excludes drive-in religious services and drive-in theatres as they have specific guidance.

See current and long-term restrictions in place in Saskatchewan.

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2. Family Presence and Visitor Restrictions at Health Care Facilities

For more information on Family Presence and Visitor Restrictions, Personal Items and Virtual Visiting, visit Guidance for Health Care Facilities.

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3. Guidance for Drive-In or Remote Worship Services

Places of Worship Guidelines are found in the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan.

 

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