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Government of Saskatchewan releases Re-Opening Roadmap

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Phases of Government of Saskatchewan COVID-19 re-opening roadmap

This past week, the Government of Saskatchewan announced the Re-Opening Roadmap, a phased plan for lifting public health restrictions as COVID-19 vaccination progresses.

Step One of the plan is scheduled to begin May 30th, three weeks after 70% of residents age 40 and above have received their first dose of vaccine. In Step One, the following changes to public health orders will take place:

  • Restaurants and bars open, maximum of six at a table, two metres or structural barriers between tables, dance floors and buffets remain closed, VLTs may re-open;
  • 30 per cent of capacity or 150 people, whichever is less, at places of worship, with physical distancing between households;
  • Group fitness classes involving intense training, like aerobics and spin, can resume, with three metres between participants;
  • Current restrictions remain in place for retail, personal care services, event facilities, casinos, bingo halls, theatres, art galleries, libraries and recreational facilities;
  • Current protocols remain in place for primary, secondary and post-secondary education and for childcare;
  • Limit of 10 people at private indoor and outdoor gatherings, including household gatherings;
  • Limit of 30 people at public indoor gatherings;
  • Limit of 150 people at public outdoor gatherings; and
  • Current province-wide masking mandate remains in place.

For more information, see the Government of Saskatchewan news release.

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