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Health Authority outlines readiness plan to handle potential spread of coronavirus in Sask.

Health Authority outlines readiness plan to handle potential spread of coronavirus in Sask.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is preparing for potentially seeing as many as 8,000 COVID-19 related deaths, as the outbreak continues, and have released their plan to handle that situation should it happen
Saskatchewan COVID-19 cases at 271, 26 health care workers confirmed positive

Saskatchewan COVID-19 cases at 271, 26 health care workers confirmed positive

Saskatchewan now has 271 confirmed positive cases, and 26 cases are healthcare workers
UPDATED -- COVID-19: What's cancelled and closed in Moose Jaw

UPDATED -- COVID-19: What's cancelled and closed in Moose Jaw

An updated list of local closures or cancellations due to COVID-19 concerns
COVID-19 testing centre now set up in Moose Jaw

COVID-19 testing centre now set up in Moose Jaw

'Unless they are open for access to the public, we are not publicly disclosing the location of any of these health-care centres, to ensure that patient privacy is protected and that infection prevention and control measures are followed,' said SHA spokeswoman Amanda Purcell
Sask. government closing all but ‘essential services,’ limits public gatherings to 10

Sask. government closing all but ‘essential services,’ limits public gatherings to 10

The provincial government is requiring all businesses deemed non-essential to close public operations beginning Mar. 26
What does all the coronavirus terminology really mean?

What does all the coronavirus terminology really mean?

Here are a few of the terms and phrases you're likely hearing all over in relation to the 2019 coronavirus
Provincial orders on coronavirus measures take precedence over municipal, says Sask. officials

Provincial orders on coronavirus measures take precedence over municipal, says Sask. officials

Following confusion with recent measures announced by the City of Regina, the provincial government has clarified that all provincial pandemic measures take top priority within the province
Sask. confirms 8 new cases of coronavirus, total rises to 52

Sask. confirms 8 new cases of coronavirus, total rises to 52

The number of COVID-19 cases in Saskatchewan has risen to 52, with more than half confirmed positive by testing
Four new cases of COVID-19 in Sask., total cases reaches 20

Four new cases of COVID-19 in Sask., total cases reaches 20

The total number of coronavirus cases in Saskatchewan is now twenty, with eight verified by the National Microbiology Laboratory
Province to spend $14.15 billion this year, up 3.1 per cent from last year

Province to spend $14.15 billion this year, up 3.1 per cent from last year

'This is an unprecedented and challenging time in our province, our country and the world. We are all feeling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and our government’s first priority is the safety and health of Saskatchewan people," said finance Minister Donna Harpauer