CTV News at Six
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has released several advisories regarding possible COVID-19 exposure locations in Regina. Here’s a list of the exposures public health has alerted to over the last week:
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.
Saskatchewan reported 14 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, according to a release from the province.
The Regina Catholic School Division said it has submitted a draft of its plan for a potential return to classes to the Response Planning Team (RPT).
The Arcola East Preschool has announced it won’t be opening its doors for the 2020-2021 school year due to all the COVID-19 guidelines it would have to follow.
Saskatchewan’s premier said he is not considering backing up on the province phased in reopening plan during Monday’s live COVID-19 update.
Many non-urgent and elective health services that were paused due to COVID-19 have resumed in Saskatchewan, following a phased in resumption of services by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
The province has given the green light for people to once again sell their second-hand goods to the public. As of July 21, garage sales are allowed to resume.
The province of Saskatchewan reported 60 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday.
The province of Saskatchewan has released guidelines for the safe execution of garage and yard sales as phase 4 of the Reopen Saskatchewan plan continues.
The SHA has identified the following businesses that have possibly been exposed to COVID-19.
Live music venues were allowed to reopen on July 16 as part of phase four of the Reopen Saskatchewan Plan.
The province of Saskatchewan announced guidelines for the safe use of provincial camping spaces, live performances, rodeos, conference centres and food vendors on Thursday.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift in Saskatchewan, casinos and bingo halls are ready to open Thursday.