REGINA -- With COVID-19 cases adding up throughout Saskatchewan, the government has instituted some new rules for anyone that has travelled outside of the province.

All travellers returning from any international destination, including the United States, need to self-isolate and monitor their condition for 14 days after their return. On March 20 the province confirmed that this would be law going forward.

Before making it law, the government advised anyone who had travelled outside the province in the past 14 days to not visit hospitals or long-term care facilities.

The Federal Government and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer recommended returning to Canada and avoiding any non-essential international travel.