Saskatchewan will be bringing in a proof of vaccination program in an attempt to increase the number of people immunized against COVID-19.
Premier Scott Moe made the announcement on his social media accounts today.
He says the policy is expected to come into effect October 1st and will apply to businesses, establishments and event venues, but will exclude civil services.
People will have to show proof of vaccination or show a negative COVID-19 test.
Moe has also announced that all government employees of Crown corporations and in ministries will be required to be vaccinated or consistently show proof of a negative COVID-19 test.
He is also reinstating a province wide mask mandate for all indoor public places effecitve tomorrow, which he says could be lifted by late October.