Need to Know: New provincial measures to fight Covid-19
The province has extended the mask mandate, along with a new alcohol curfew and schools moving to level 3.
This means any community with more than 5,000 people will have to wear a mask (and smaller neighbouring communities).
Alcohol sales now have a curfew of 10pm. Bars must close by 11.
Schools are reccomended to move to level 3, which means reduced in-class learning.
The Saskatchewan Health authority is scaling back their alerts for potential exposures at businesses.
Until now they have been issuing routine updates.
The SHA says "COVID-19 is everywhere in Saskatchewan".
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