Saskatchewan may see 40 to 50 per cent fewer new COVID-19 cases per day, as a result of the provinces latest public health order, the SHA says in its latest modelling numbers, but it may still run out of ventilators by the end of January.
The Bar Willow Eatery and City of Regina are working together in hopes of finding a quick and effective solution to the restaurant’s outdoor patio dining space, which was shut down by the city after failing to meet permitting requirements.
Four more Saskatchewan people have died after testing positive for COVID-19, bringing the province’s death toll above 50. Another 181 new COVID-19 cases were also reported on Tuesday, with 3,819 total cases considered active.
As the precise order of who will follow seniors, health care workers and high-risk populations in line to get COVID-19 vaccines is still being sorted out, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal and provincial governments agree that there should be a cross-Canada "consensus" on the matter.