Latest Updates (Advisories, Exposure Notices, News Releases,  Chief Medical Health Officer)


Saskatchewan Health Authority News Releases


Public Health Orders - New Public Health Order comes into effect November 19th

A number of public health orders have been imposed to protect residents from COVID-19. These orders are enforceable by law.




Watch News Conferences with the Chief Medical Health Officer

Press conferences featuring updates on the status of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan and changes to public health orders are live-streamed to Facebook and posted shortly afterwards to YouTube. 


Mandatory Masking Requirements

Guidance on Cloth and Non-medical Masks


While the province continues to recommend wearing masks whenever you are outside the home, wearing a non-medical mask will now be required in all indoor public spaces in Saskatchewan.  Information on masks and their use and what qualifies as an indoor public space is available at

  • The list of indoor spaces may be amended for clarity; however, if you unsure if a location qualifies as an "indoor public space”, defer to wearing the mask – choose the option that promotes public safety.
  • Masking in school settings is described in the back to school plans as set out by the respective school divisions.
  • Masking guidance for childcare centres and daycares is described in the Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan.
  • Mandatory masking posters to assist businesses and organizations to inform their customers are available at



  1. Why you should wear a mask
  2. What kind of mask you should use
  3. Tips on how to wear a mask
  4. Who should not wear a mask
All households should: 
  • Identify a single member of the household to do grocery shopping, run errands.
  • Limits those errands to once per week.
  • If you are working from home, ensure that your workplace will continue to support you to do so.


Safe School Plan

Saskatchewan's Safe School Plan outlines the guidance for school divisions and families to prepare for the safe return of students in September.

COVID Outbreaks in Saskatchewan

The declaration of a COVID-19 outbreak is used by Public Health to mobilize and coordinate a response to the infection. It is not necessarily an indicator of risk to the public.



Use the SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL to determine if you should be tested for COVID-19.



What to do if you’ve been exposed to COVID-19
Step 1: Get tested.

Step 2: Self-isolate at home. Even if your test is negative, if you were notified by the COVID Alert App that you’ve been exposed to COVID-19 you must still self-isolate at home for the full 14 days from the date you received your exposure notification.

Public health will contact you about your test results. You can also register for MySaskHealthRecord to see your test results.





Weekly reporting of testing numbers and cases for youth

Precautionary Measures remain the same with the following recommendations:


  • Continue practicing social distancing;
  • Keep following the orders of the Chief Medical Health Officer;
  • Proper hygiene;
  • Avoid unnecessary travel;
  • If returning from foreign travel or experiencing any symptoms, self-isolate;
  • Avoid gatherings with people outside your immediate household;
  • Self monitoring;
  • Working from home if possible;
  • Stay informed with new information;





Please see enclosed document regarding important information regarding PPE use in public.

Proper use of PPE in Public


Non-Compliance Reporting Form

To report situations where an individual or business is suspected of being in non-compliance with Public Health Orders




Saskatchewan Plan 

World Health


Canada Health


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