Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.  New information for businesses and workers available.

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Testing Information

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1. When to Get Tested

A referral is required to get tested. You do not need to have travelled internationally to get a referral for testing. If you are not exhibiting symptoms, you do not need to be tested.

You can obtain a referral to a community testing centre by phoning:

  • HealthLine 811.
  • Your local Public Health Communicable Disease Control office.
  • Your family physician.
  • Your nurse practitioner.

LAUNCH SELF-ASSESSMENT

Adapted from and with thanks to Alberta Health Services

Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing.

All residents should be familiar with self-monitoring and self-isolation precautions in order to keep you and those around you safe.

If you have no symptoms or exposure concerns, but have questions about COVID-19, you can:

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2. Where to Get Tested

Testing for COVID-19 is available through Saskatchewan by referral only and not for walk-in testing.

Patients are advised to use this self-assessment tool to determine if they should be tested for COVID-19. Those who fit the criteria and suspect they may have COVID-19 can obtain a referral to a community testing site by phoning 811 or contacting their family physician, their nurse practitioner or their local Public Health Communicable Disease Control office.

Addresses for specific for COVID-19 Testing sites and COVID-19 Assessment and Treatment Centres are provided to patients after referrals are made and testing is booked. Patients will be informed of the address during those conversations.

Testing Sites: The following locations perform COVID-19 screening and testing only. No patient assessment or care is performed at these locations.

Assiniboia Melfort
Beauval Melville
Birch Narrows Montreal Lake
Black Lake Moose Jaw
Buffalo Narrows Moosomin
Buffalo River Nipawin
Canoe Lake North Battleford
Cumberland House & Cumberland House FN Onion Lake
Deschambault Lake Outlook
English River Pelican Narrows
Estevan Prince Albert
File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council Red Earth & Shoal Lake
Fond du Lac Regina
Fort Qu'Appelle Rosthern
Hatchet Lake Saskatoon
Hudson Bay Shellbrook
Humboldt Southend
Ile La Crosse Stanley Mission
Indian Head Swift Current
Kamsack Tisdale
Kindersley Touchwood Agency Tribal Council
La Loche Turtleford
La Ronge Unity
Lloydminster Wadena
Maidstone/Lashburn Waterhen Lake
Maple Creek Weyburn
Meadow Lake Yorkton
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3. Who to Contact for More Information

We understand that residents have questions about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan.

If you have recently travelled internationally and are experiencing respiratory or flu-like symptoms, please call HealthLine 811.

Public inquiries may be directed to COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca.

You can also contact your local Public Health Office.

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