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Saskatchewan Students Will Stay In School.

Saskatchewan Education Minister Dustin Duncan has announced the government has decided to have students return to the classroom this week unlike other provinces. He explains he can’t speak to the specifics that are going on in each of those individual provinces in terms of perhaps their case numbers or hospitalization numbers but what they do know in Saskatchewan is that they have a great availability of rapid tests that have been deployed all across the province, probably the greatest extent anywhere in the country and they know that certainly their hospitalization levels are lower than they have been for quite some time now and they know that in person education is important.


Duncan adds they likely will have higher case counts in the coming days and that may cause disruptions in the classroom but that’s going to be the reality whether or not they extend the holiday.  In case of an outbreak in a school which is defined as three or more cases in a class or cohort of students public health will continue to investigate and may advise further mitigation measures for either the class or the entire school. 


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