Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province is going to reduce the self isolation period following a positive test from ten days to five. This applies to fully vaccinated asymptomatic residents who receive a positive COVD-19 result on a rapid antigen or PCR test. If you are not vaccinated or partially vaccinated self isolate for ten days. He also said they are not imposing any new public health orders or restrictions or measures at this time, they’re continuing to watch their hospitalizations and intensive care numbers very carefully and they may take further action in the days and weeks ahead but they are not with the situation as what they have today.
Moe added if you want to continue to avoid further restrictions get your first, second and third dose of vaccine, pick up and use rapid tests, if you test positive self isolate immediately and keep wearing a mask.