Coronavirus: Premier Scott Moe to address province in live televised speech

WATCH : Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe addresses province in live televised speech on the coronavirus situation in Saskatchewan.

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe will be addressing the province on Wednesday evening.

Moe will provide an update on the coronavirus situation as the COVID-19 curve continues to flatten and the province looks to reopen.

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There are currently 64 active cases in Saskatchewan.

Global News will livestream Moe’s address starting at 6:02 p.m. Wednesday.

It will also be carried live on both Global Regina and Global Saskatoon.

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The speech will also focus on vigilance taken in Saskatchewan to date and how it needs to be maintained as the province moves to its reopening phase.

Details on reopening Saskatchewan will be announced Thursday morning.

The plan will set the framework of how Saskatchewan’s economy will be “gradually, methodically and cautiously” reopened, allowing more people to return to work.

Saskatchewan will be the first province to ease some restrictions after states of emergency were declared by most provinces in early March as coronavirus cases and deaths started to rise.