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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Rallies and Protests During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Rallies, marches and protests are an important part of our democracy. These are also activities that see large concentrations of people in the same place. If you are taking part in a protest, rally or march, be cautious and stay safe.

Organize Safely

  • Organizers are encouraged to have gatherings done in vehicles.
  • If groups are wanting to congregate or march on foot, they are advised to keep a distance of two metres or more between each person at all times.
  • Mask use and frequent hand hygiene is strongly encouraged.
  • Items must not be shared or passed back and forth among participants.
  • In situations where singing or chanting is happening, it is recommended that physical distancing be expanded beyond the recommended two metres, as this behaviour expels the virus at a greater velocity and distance. Please consider using signs or banners instead.

Be Cautious

  • Large gatherings greatly increase the risk of transmission of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus.
  • The nature of activities like marches and rallies also means it is very difficult for officials to find and notify participants who may have been exposed to the virus.
  • Organizers of any protests or rallies are encouraged to contact local public health offices for guidance.
  • All groups or individuals considering participation in protests or marches should consult information on public health orders and gathering size limitations currently in effect at www.saskatchewan.ca/COVID19.

While peaceful public protests are important, please be aware of the elevated risk to yourself and your loved ones, and take all necessary precautions to remain safe.

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