Sask. reinstates mandatory self-isolation, health care service reductions as COVID-19 cases rise

Alonzo Osche

REGINA —
The Government of Saskatchewan has reinstated a self-isolation order for COVID-19 positive residents and will be reducing some health care services to lessen the stress on the system.

“This fourth wave is concerning for all of us. In particular, I think it is most concerning for healthcare professionals who are experiencing firsthand the pressures, each and every day,” Moe said.

The province enacted a mandatory self-isolation order, which states that anyone that receives a positive COVID-19 test must self-isolate for 10 days.

Unvaccinated close contacts of people that test positive will also be required to isolate. Fully vaccinated

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