REGINA -- This is the latest news on COVID-19 for Regina and area for March 30.

2 deaths related to COVID-19

The province announced its first two deaths related to COVID-19 in Saskatchewan on March 30. There are 20 new cases, bringing the provincial total to 176 cases.

CFL postpones training camps

The Saskatchewan Roughriders won't be hitting the turf in May as the CFL announced it is postponing training camps amid COVID-19.

Western Women’s Canadian Football League cancels season

The WWCFL, home of the Regina Riot, has cancelled its upcoming season because of COVID-19.

U of R outlines grading amid pandemic

Students at the University of Regina have several options when it comes to their grades for the Winter 2020 semester, including a grade of just credit or non-credit, or withdrawing.

Regina schools beginning outline for distance education

School boards in Regina have released some information about what schooling will look like during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sask. adjusting hours for truck drivers

The province is adjusting hours for truck drivers delivering essential goods during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Warning about work from home scams

The government wants people to be cautious of fraudulent ads giving people the chance to work from home amid COVID-19.