COVID-19 exposure warning for businesses in Saskatoon, Regina, Warman, Lloydminster  CTV News SaskatoonView Full coverage on Google News
A person or persons attended several businesses while likely infectious with COVID-19, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says. A person or persons attended several businesses while likely infectious with COVID-19, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says.

COVID-19 exposure warning for businesses in Saskatoon, Regina, Warman, Lloydminster | CTV News

The Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority issued a COVID-19 outbreak alert, the Saskatchewan Health Authority limited access to a long-term care facility in Meadow Lake and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools issued a statement about a positive COVID test at a school in the Bridge City on Friday.The Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority issued a COVID-19 outbreak alert, the Saskatchewan Health Authority limited access to a long-term care facility in Meadow Lake and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools issued a statement about a positive COVID test at a school in the Bridge City on Friday.

The Gospel Worship superspreader event held in Prince Albert has resulted in 79 COVID-19 cases, says the Ministry of Health.The Gospel Worship superspreader event held in Prince Albert has resulted in 79 COVID-19 cases, says the Ministry of Health.

Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 active cases hit record high | Globalnews.ca

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Cases Trend Upward, But Province Not Declaring Second Wave - DiscoverMooseJaw.com

The exposure warnings released on Saturday include businesses in Regina, Saskatoon, Warman and Lloydminster.

SHA warns of more business exposures in Regina, Saskatoon | Regina Leader Post

SHA warns of more business exposures in Regina, Saskatoon

SHA warns of more business exposures in Regina, Saskatoon | Regina Leader Post

“We have had a great summer. But the great outdoor Saskatchewan summer is over, and we can’t bring the party inside.”“We have had a great summer. But the great outdoor Saskatchewan summer is over, and we can’t bring the party inside.”

Saskatchewan will shut down parts of economy should daily COVID-19 cases continue to rise | Globalnews.ca

More than half of new cases are in the young adults age group, a demographic increasingly concerning to health officials.

COVID-19: 36 new cases, more than half in young adult age group | Regina Leader Post

COVID-19: 36 new cases, more than half in young adult age group

COVID-19: 36 new cases, more than half in young adult age group | Regina Leader Post