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Superstore and Walmart are among the latest places to have been potentially exposed to COVID-19, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says.
A number of employees at K-Bro Linens in Regina have tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Government of Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan reported its twentieth death related to COVID-19 on Friday and 23 new cases.
Saskatchewan reported another COVID-19 related death on Thursday, marking the 19th death related to the virus in the province.
Several groups around Saskatchewan are organizing protests demanding changes to the return to school plan.
Saskatchewan reported eight new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the provincial total to 1,376.
The Saskatchewan government won’t immediately impose mandatory masks or create smaller class sizes for when kids return to school, a move that is causing concerns.
The Government of Saskatchewan has released the Safe Schools Plan, which will help the provinces 27 school divisions safely return to in-person classes.
The province reported nine new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and launched a new map which details cases across 13 regions.
Saskatchewan is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total to 1,359 cases.
There are nearly as many COVID-19 hospitalizations in Saskatchewan as there were when they peaked in early May.
The Saskatchewan government said there are 254 active cases. There are 18 people in hospital and 16 more recoveries.
Saskatchewan reported 15 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the provincial total to 1,334.
The Chair of the Hutterian Safety Council (HSC) stated his full support for the province's efforts to fight the spread of COVID-19, in a letter to the premier on Thursday.
Saskatchewan reported 14 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to a release from the province.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority has declared an outbreak at a seniors’ home in Herbert after someone associated with the home tested positive for COVID-19.
The province of Saskatchewan announced it is expanding the eligibility for its Temporary Wage Supplement Program.