Need to Know: Food Drive, Return to Hockey, & Flu Clinics

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Tomorrow the Regina & District Food Bank will be holding a drive through Food Drive at Evraz Place in Regina. Come down between 11-3 for contactless drop off non perishable food items to support those facing food insecurity in Regina.

 

The Saskatchewan Hockey Association’s Return to Hockey Safety Guidelines have received provincial approval, with exhibition play set to resume Oct. 17.

The full 63 page plan features a phased approach to the sport’s return, listing phase one as “Evaluation and Training”, the current phase.

Phase two will allow for exhibition games within a mini league starting Oct. 17.

Phase three begins league play within mini leagues with a tentative start date of Nov. 1.

Phases two and three do not apply to age groups under 11, as they’re covered by a set of age-specific guidelines.

The fourth phase would see the mini-leagues expand on a tentative date of January 18, 2021.

The fifth and final phase does not currently have a possible start date but covers playoffs and provincial competition.

Moving into a new phase must come with approval from the Chief Medical Health Officer after considerations about the state of the pandemic in Saskatchewan at each point are made.

Find out more on restrictions and face covering policies at https://regina.ctvnews.ca/sask-hockey-association-return-to-play-guidelines-approved-by-province-1.5138930

 

Flu clinics will begin in Saskatchewan on Oct. 19, according to the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

Anyone over the age of six months is encouraged by the SHA to get a flu vaccine, which is available at clinics throughout the province, some physicians and nurse practitioners offices and local pharmacies.

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