Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Saskatchewan reported 164 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the province’s active case total above 3,000.

The province is recording 214 cases per day over a seven-day average, or 17.7 new cases per 100,000 population.

In a release, the province said seven new cases are in the far northwest zone, three in the far north central zone, eight in the far northeast zone, one in the northwest zone, 10 in the north central zone, five in the northeast zone, 37 in Saskatoon, three in the central east zone, 69 in Regina, nine in the southwest zone, one in the south central zone and nine in the southeast zone.

Two cases are currently pending residence information. One case pending location was assigned to the south central zone.

Of the total 7,047 cases, 3,012 cases are currently active. The province added 79 recovered cases on Wednesday.

Saskatchewan has 111 people in hospital related to COVID-19, including 92 in inpatient care and 19 people in intensive care.


REGIONALLY
295 active cases are from the far north area (109 far northwest, 68 far north central, 118 far northeast)
655 active cases are from the north area (236 northwest, 323 north central, 96 northeast)
839 active cases are from the Saskatoon area
693 active cases are from the Regina area
128 active cases are from the central area (54 central west, 74 central east)
373 active cases are from the south area (85 southwest, 118 south central, 170 southeast)

A total of 2,811 COVID-19 tests were processed on Tuesday.


COVID-19 IN CARE HOMES

The Government of Saskatchewan is now providing information about COVID-19 cases in long-term care and personal care homes.

Over the past two weeks, there have been a total of 29 homes in 11 different communities with positive cases. Luther Special Care Home in Saskatoon has the highest number with 28. Parkside Extendicare in Regina has 14.

In Moose Jaw, there are seven cases at Providence Place and five at Chateau St. Michaels.

The rest of care homes have three cases or less.

You can find an updated list of long-term care cases on the Government of Saskatchewan website.


NEW RESTRICTIONS COMING WEDNESDAY

Saskatchewan officials will bring forward “further measures” to slow the spread of COVID-19 at a press conference on Wednesday.

“Further measures are under active consideration and development by Dr. Shahab and will be announced during tomorrow’s COVID-19 update with the Premier and the Chief Medical Health Officer,” the release said.


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    Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Saskatchewan has tweaked some of its COVID-19 restrictions for the province, including changes for sports, restaurants, places of worship and performance and gaming venues.

All team and group sports, activities, games, competitions, recitals and practices have been suspended, including hockey, curling, racquet sports, cheerleading, dance practices in group setting, etc.

The province is also discouraging gatherings of any size, outside of your immediate household.

These restrictions come into effect on Friday, Nov. 27.


SPORTS, FITNESS, DANCE

Team and group sport and fitness activities are suspended including activities, games, competitions, recitals and practices.

Persons under 18 may continue to train only in groups of fewer than eight. There must be at least three metres of distance between participants. Coaches and trainers are not counted so long as they are wearing masks.

Group fitness for all ages can continue in groups of eight or fewer, masks must be worn and physical distance of three metres must also be maintained.


INDOOR PUBLIC GATHERINGS

Indoor public banquets, conferences, wedding and funeral receptions in public venues are reduced to 30 people maximum. This restriction also applies to places of worship. The limit on private gatherings stays at five. Food and beverage cannot be present of served.

If your immediate household has five people or more, additional guests should not come over.

“Individuals, recurring caregivers, support personnel (i.e. therapists, nursing staff) and tradespersons (i.e. housekeeper, plumber) are permitted, though they should maintain two metre distancing and be masked during service provision,” the province said in a news release.


RESTAURANTS, BARS, ENTERTAINMENT

Restaurants and licensed establishments are now limited to four people per table. Capacity is also being reduced down to 30 at all casinos, bingo halls, arenas, live theatres, movie theatres, performing arts venues and any other facilities that are currently supporting a capacity of 150 people.

Establishments must keep guest information on all patrons.

The curfew on liquor sale remains.


MASK MANDATE

Masks are now required in all indoor fitness activities with an exception for aquatic acitivites.

All persons in schools and daycares are now required to wear masks at all time, expect for during meals.

All employees and visitors at all businesses and workplaces are required to wear masks in all common areas. All residents employees and visitors of correctional facilities must wear a mask in all common areas.


RETAIL

Large retail spaces must reduce customer access to 50 per cent or four square metres of space per person.


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    Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he’s concerned Canada may be at the back of the line when it comes to receiving vaccines.

Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Moe said it isn’t assuring to hear that Canada may receive vaccines in early 2021 while other countries are expected to receive them at the end of December.

“I was very concerned and frankly quite troubled to hear the Prime Minister’s (Justin Trudeau) comments yesterday that Canada may be at the back of the line when it comes to receiving a vaccine,” Moe said.

“This is quite the opposite of the assurances the Prime Minister has been offering us as Canadians for a number of weeks and month or two now.”

Moe pointed to contracts the federal government signed with pharmaceutical companies in September, where Canada had secured millions of doses.

Because Canada won’t be receiving these vaccines earlier, Moe said, there are now questions about the contracts.

“They raise serious questions about the contracts that have been signed,” he said. “What are the delivery dates? Why sign contracts that put Canada at the back of the line? When will we receive the vaccines in respective provinces?”

On Tuesday, Trudeau said Canada is at a disadvantage when it comes to rolling out vaccines because the country doesn’t have any domestic production capability. Canada is relying on other nations to send them, he said.

“It is premature to start, you know, crossing out [or] circling dates on a calendar or saying that ‘this vaccine is going to arrive in this amount, on this day, in this community,’ because theres still a lot of work to do between now and then, but were on it,” he said.

“We have reached out and have actually one of the very best vaccine portfolios of any country around the world with far more doses for Canadians, potentially than we actually have Canadian population.”

Trudeau said Canada has begun funding domestic vaccine production capacity to avoid being caught short in the future. It should be in place if there are future pandemics, he added.

Canada’s opposition parties have grilled Trudeau over the later timeframe.

“Why did this prime minister sign deals that placed Canadians months behind Americans for getting a COVID-19 vaccine?” asked Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole during question period in the House of Commons.

Trudeau shot back, saying Canada’s domestic capacity had dwindled under the previous Conservative government.

The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed to MPs that the country is on track to receive an initial six million doses by March, with four million from Pfizer and two million from Moderna.

Health Canada has also recently authorized monoclonal antibody therapy for emergency use in helping treat COVID-19 infections, and Canada will begin receiving doses over the next three months.


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    Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

Several SJHL teams took to social media after their season was suspended due to new COVID-19 restrictions implemented by the Government of Saskatchewan.

As of Friday, all team and group sports, activities, games, competitions, recitals and practices have been suspended, including hockey, curling, racquet sports, cheerleading, dance practices in group setting.

The SJHL said it will not be playing any games after Friday at 12:01 a.m., until after Christmas.

“Once the SJHL receives direction from Saskatchewan Government and Saskatchewan Health as to when we can commence play an announcement will be made,” the league said.

The official Nipawin Hawks Twitter account voiced its displeasure with the suspension of the season.

“Coach Johnson is taking the Hawks to the bar and the casinos tonight and in the future cause the government shut down hockey,” the tweet said.

The tweet references the fact that venues like bars and casinos remain open.

The Hawks followed up the tweet almost an hour later, clarifying it was made with a sarcastic tone, and they are not actually taking players to bars or casinos.

“The hiding meaning behind our previous tweet is bars and casinos are still open and we can’t play hockey. Sorry for all who missed the sarcasm. We obviously aren’t taking our players to the bar or casino,” the tweet reads.

The Battleford North Stars sent out a statement, recognizing the difficulties COVID-19 has caused the province.

“This has not been easy for our province, our community, or for any of us, but we must do our part to collectively be the solution, not the problem,” the statement reads.

In a release, the Estevan Bruins shared the new restrictions, saying the team will not have any hockey activities until after the Christmas break.

“The Government of Saskatchewan has announced that all team sports games are suspended until Dec. 117, 2020. As a result, the SJHL and the Estevan Bruins are forced to halt the 2020-21 season immediately with hopes of resuming play in January 2021,” the release said.

The Weyburn Redwings announced the news, and took time to thank its players, staff and volunteers for working hard to follow “ever-changing” COVID-19 protocols.


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    Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

Regina public schools reported several cases of COVID-19 at Campbell Collegiate on Wednesday.

The school remains open and impacted individuals will be learning remotely until Dec. 2. Contact will be made with all of the schools families on Wednesday.

The school board also reported a case at Glen Elm Community School, and said all impacted students will learn remotely until Dec. 4.


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    Date: Nov 25, 2020
    Posted By: New Room

A Regina woman is facing a 2,800 fine for breaking the provinces public health order on gathering sizes.

According to the Regina Police Service, officers recieved a report of a public health order violation at a home in the 3100 block of Arens Rd. on Sunday. Police say there were 12 people at the gathering.

Police returned on Tuesday and issued the ticket to a 34-year-old woman for the summary offense.

Police want to remind Regina residents to familiarized themselves with the public health order currently in effect in Saskatchewan.


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    Date: Nov 18, 2020
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