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Whether you have received a positive test result through a rapid antigen test or a PCR test, all residents are required to self-isolate and notify their contacts as part of COVID-19 case management protocols. The duration of your self-isolation depends on your vaccination status and symptoms.
The demand for COVID-19 testing has risen, both due to the resurgence of COVID-19 across Saskatchewan and as a proof of entry option for workplaces and events as an alternative to vaccination. With the rising demand, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) Test and Assessment sites and Laboratory Medicine teams are experiencing extremely high volumes of COVID-19 test requests at this time.
Lab PCR tests will be given to priority individuals who:
View the list of SHA COVID-19 drive-thru and walk-in testing site locations and hours of operation.
Testing Sites: Testing locations perform COVID-19 screening and testing only. No patient assessment or care is performed at these locations. If you live in a First Nations community, COVID-19 testing can also be accessed through contacting your local Community Health Nurse. For a list of the SHA COVID-19 drive-thru and walk-in testing sites locations and hours of operation, visit COVID-19 Drive-Thru and Walk-in Testing on the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s website.
Communities with testing sites include:
|Birch Narrows||Kindersley||Prince Albert|
|Black Lake||La Loche||Red Earth & Shoal Lake|
|Buffalo Narrows||La Ronge||Regina|
|Cumberland House &
Cumberland House FN
|Deschambault Lake||Meadow Lake||Southend|
|English River||Melfort||Stanley Mission|
|Fond du Lac||Montreal Lake||Tisdale|
|Fort Qu'Appelle||Moose Jaw||Turtleford|
|Hatchet Lake||Nipawin||Waterhen Lake|
|Hudson Bay||North Battleford||Weyburn|
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