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The Saskatchewan government has outlined a five-phase plan to reopen parts of the province's economy during the COVID-19 crisis.

Premier Scott Moe says restrictions are first to be lifted starting May 4th for dentist offices, optometry clinics and physical therapy providers.

Golf courses are to reopen on May 15th and retail shops selling clothing, books, flowers and sporting goods might be allowed to open their doors on May 19th.

Hairdressers and barbers could also start seeing clients again on May 19th, but employees working directly with the public would have to wear masks.

The government's plan doesn't include timelines for reopening gyms and restaurants, but says once they do, they will have to operate at half their capacity.

Moe says health officials will monitor COVID-19 cases as the plan rolls out and will adjust scheduled reopenings if needed.

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