Testing for COVID-19 in Saskatchewan is available by referral from HealthLine 811 or a health care provider. Additional testing options are now also being offered.
- You can still 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.
- Some smaller communities offer options for testing such as drive-thru sites, pop-up sites or walk-in sites. These testing options are advertised within those communities in advance of the days they are offered.
- 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.
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 or nurse practitioner.
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: Testing locations perform COVID-19 screening and testing only. No patient assessment or care is performed at these locations. Some communities may offer walk-in or pop-up testing sites; those will be advertised in advance.
For information on testing in schools, please review the Safe Schools Plan.
|Cumberland House & Cumberland House FN
|Fond du Lac
||Red Earth & Shoal Lake
|Ile La Crosse