April 15 2020 5:17pm

Coronavirus outbreak: Saskatchewan premier extends state of emergency for two additional weeks

During a COVID-19 update on Wednesday, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said that he had extended the province’s state of emergency for an additional two weeks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. He also said he would not yet be relaxing restrictions in three “very high risk areas,” which include restrictions on large gatherings, self-isolating after returning from international travel, and visiting long-term care facilities.

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