Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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Where to Get Tested

  • You can receive a referral for COVID-19 testing through HealthLine 811 or a health care provider. That referral will help you access an appointment at a testing site in your community.
  • Drive-thru testing sites do not require a referral and are available seven days a week in Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton and Prince Albert.
  • In response to an increase in cases in specific settings or areas, the SHA may offer mobile or pop-up site testing (eg. schools, workplaces, communities). Watch for local information and on the Saskatchewan Health Authority Facebook and Twitter social media channels.

Addresses for specific 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: Testing locations perform COVID-19 screening and testing only. No patient assessment or care is performed at these locations. Testing is currently offered in 52 communities, and additionally some communities may offer walk-in or pop-up testing sites; those will be advertised in advance. Communities with testing sites include:

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
Fond du Lac Red Earth & Shoal Lake
Fort Qu'Appelle Regina
Grenfell Rosthern
Hatchet Lake Saskatoon
Hudson Bay Shellbrook
Humboldt Southend
Ile La Crosse Stanley Mission
Kamsack Swift Current
Kindersley Tisdale
La Loche Turtleford
La Ronge Unity
Lloydminster Wadena
Maidstone/Lashburn Waterhen Lake
Maple Creek Weyburn
Meadow Lake Yorkton

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