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COVID-19: Public health measures in Saskatchewan extended to April 26

COVID-19 are being extended for an additional two weeks.The province’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, said the measures that were set to expire on April 12 will remain in force until at least April 26.

Saskatchewan commits $4.8B in COVID-19 economic response, $1.5B in 2021-22 budget In the Regina region, private indoor gatherings are banned with limited exceptions.People living alone and single parents of minor children can meet with one consistent household of fewer than five people.

Health officials said current co-parenting arrangements can continue.Regina remains under a travel advisory, with travel into and out of the region not recommended unless absolutely necessary.Restaurants and bars are closed to in-person.

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