Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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Released on August 3, 2021
As more Saskatchewan residents receive their vaccinations, serious outcomes from COVID-19 have declined dramatically.
Comparing indicators between June 1-25 and July 1-25, new cases fell from 1,848 to 894. Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 decreased from 105 to 55 and ICU admissions due to COVID decreased from 21 to 13.
For this same reporting period, deaths due to COVID-19 declined from 25 to eight. The last month with a comparable statistic is July of 2020, when the province recorded six deaths due to COVID-19.
This week, the Ministry of Health will provide an update on the COVID-19 vaccination and breakthrough information for the month of July. It is anticipated that the previously observed trend will continue: vaccinations continue to prevent the most serious illness and deaths due to COVID-19.
The previous reports are available in the COVID-19 vaccination information at Saskatchewan.ca.
As of August 8, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) will transition from mass vaccination clinics and their online appointment booking system to focused outreach to provide COVID-19 vaccinations where residents live, work and play. Take advantage of all the vaccination clinics that are currently available including appointments with participating pharmacies and stick it to COVID this summer. After August 8, SHA pop-up and walk-in clinic information will be posted to the SHA website and advertised locally.
COVID-19 Summary for August 3, 2021:
Daily provincial COVID-19 statistics by age, date and geographic zones including active cases, recoveries and confirmed variants of concern can be found at on the dashboard at www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19-cases.
Stick it to COVID - Get Your Vaccination
All Saskatchewan residents 12 years and older are eligible for vaccination with second doses administered following a 28-day interval.
Living With COVID-19
For guidance on Living with COVID-19, including the requirements for self-isolation if you have a positive COVID-19 test, expectations around masking, information for businesses and workplaces and the visitation requirements for acute care as well as long term care and personal care homes, go to https://www.saskatchewan.ca/living-with-covid.
General COVID-19 Information
General public inquiries may be directed to COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca.
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