UPDATE — The COVID-19 outbreak list can now be found here: Declared COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan
This is done when health officials are uncertain they have identified all close contacts.
The SHA said COVID-19 alerts will now only be issued when self-isolation is immediately required.
According to SHA, these alerts will be issued based on the clinical discretion of the local medical health officer.
“(Alerts will be issued) when the following three key criteria are met: all contacts cannot be notified within 48 hours, there is a resulting increased risk to the public, and the direction is needed for public members in attendance to immediately self-isolate as a result of this increased risk,” the SHA said.