The City of Saskatoon is monitoring and responding to COVID-19 while continuing to deliver important civic services to residents. We're working closely with key partners, including the Saskatchewan Health Authority, the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Agency of Canada, to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Our top priority is the health, safety and well-being of the public and our employees.
Check back for regular updates as information becomes available.
Public Health Measures & Important Reminders
IMPORTANT: Variants of Concern (VOC) in Saskatoon
Variants of concern (VOC) are beginning to rise in Saskatoon. The Province reminds all residents to:
- Wear your mask in public places including all workplaces
- Wash non-medical masks daily
- Maintain physical distancing
- Wash or sanitize your hands frequently
- Reduce activities outside of your home
- Order take-out or curbside pick-up
- If you are able to work from home, work from home at this time
- Avoid all unnecessary travel
Updated Provincial Public Health Measures (in place until May 10, 2021)
Highlights of the updated public health measures from the Government of Saskatchewan and Chief Medical Health Officer include:
Indoor Gatherings: Effective April 13, all private dwelling indoor gatherings are limited to immediate households only. Excludes caregivers, support personnel and tradespersons who are not a member of the household.
- Outdoor Gatherings: People may meet and greet outdoors with up to 10 people only, provided physical distancing of at least two metres between households can be maintained.
For complete information on the current public health measures, visit saskatchewan.ca/covid19-measures
Masks Mandatory in Indoor Public Places and on Saskatoon Transit
Wearing a non-medical or cloth mask is mandatory in indoor public places in Saskatoon, including inside civic facilities such as City Hall and leisure facilities. It is also mandatory to wear a mask while riding on Saskatoon Transit.
Saskatchewan Health Authority Vaccination Information, Appointments & Sites
Visit the following websites for details on COVID-19 vaccine appointments and drive-thru sites, including information on who is currently eligible to receive the vaccine:
COVID-19 - City of Saskatoon Services
Find out which services have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The best method to protect yourself against COVID-19 is to practice everyday preventive actions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Last updated: February 3, 2021
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