Public health orders in Saskatchewan extended to May 10

All current health orders in Saskatchewan have been extended to May 10.

Current public health orders restrict all private indoor gatherings to immediate household only and limit outdoor gatherings to maximum of 10 people. Physical distancing of at least two metres between households must be maintained.

Due to increased COVID-19 transmission risk, additional restrictions are in place for Regina and area including: all restaurants and licensed establishments must remain closed for in-person dining, with take-out and delivery permitted.

Travel is also not recommended in or out of the Regina area unless absolutely necessary. It is strongly recommended that all individuals able to work from home do so.

People are also reminded to adhere to best personal protective measures like wearing a mask in all public places including the workplace, maintaining physical distancing and reducing activities outside of your home.

Public health guidance for individual, outdoor non-contact sports  have been updated as well.  The Ministry of Health will continue to review all outdoor event guidance relative to this risk and may be updated at any point, as required. Planned events and activities must abide by the guidance in place at the time of the event/activity.



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