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Released on May 25, 2021
The Government of Saskatchewan has announced that public health measures around outdoor sporting activities will be eased as part of Step One of the Re-Opening Roadmap, set to commence on Sunday, May 30. Outdoor sports, originally included in Step Two of the Re-Opening Roadmap, will now be added to Step One. Easing of measures for indoor sports remains in Step Two of the Re-Opening Roadmap.
The adjustment to the Re-Opening Roadmap is being made recognizing the lowered risk of transmission in outdoor settings along with the successful uptake in Saskatchewan's COVID-19 vaccination effort in reducing the transmission of the virus.
"Saskatchewan people have reduced the spread of COVID-19 by getting vaccinated," Premier Scott Moe said. "So, the next time you drive by a field of happy kids playing softball or football or soccer, please know that you made that possible. Saskatchewan people are putting those kids back on to the field by doing their part, by rolling up their sleeves and sticking it to COVID."
Beginning May 30, 2021, competition and game play for outdoor team sports can proceed with the following requirements:
For more information, contact:
Executive Council and Office of the Premier
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