Sask. public health orders extended to April 26
REGINA -- Saskatchewan’s public health orders have been extended to April 26, the province announced Wednesday.
This includes the public health order announced for the province on March 9, and revisions for Regina and area announced March 24.
The Saskatchewan government expanded public health measures for Regina and area due to rising COVID-19 cases.
After restrictions were loosened at the start of March, all private indoor gathering were once again limited to immediate household members. People who live alone will be allowed to meet with one household of less than five people.
All restaurants and bars closed for in-person dining; take-out and delivery is still allowed.
All non-essential indoor locations that had a 30 person limit must close.
Venues including banquet and community halls, conference facilities, arts venues, museums, libraries, live theatre, cinemas, arcades, bowling and science centres were also forced to temporarily close.