Saskatchewan Government's Plan to Re-open the Economy
Re-open Saskatchewan is a plan that includes five phases to gradually and
carefully re-open businesses and services across Saskatchewan.
All businesses will be required to continue following physical distancing and strict cleaning and disinfection practices, to protect customers and employees.
Members of the public are expected to follow physical distancing rules and to stay home if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
It is important to note that the timing and list of businesses/workplaces included in each phase may change, depending on increases in virus transmission numbers and other factors.
A basic summary of the re-opening phases are listed below and more details for each phase can be found by following the links:
Phase One (beginning May 4th)
Re-opening previously restricted medical services; opening of golf courses, parks and campgrounds.
Phase Two (beginning May 19th)
Re-opening retail and select personal care services.
Phase Three (the date for this is not identified yet)
Re-opening restaurants and food services, gyms and fitness centres, licensed establishments and child care facilities; re-opening remaining personal care services,increasing the size of public and private gatherings to 15 people.
Phase Four (the date for this is not identified yet)
Re-opening indoor and outdoor recreation facilities; increasing the size of public and private gatherings to 30 people.
Phase Five (the date for this ins not identified yet)
Willconsiderlifting long-term restrictions.
* Long-term restrictions on high-risk areas remain in place; including the current state of emergency and recommendations against non-essential international and interprovincial travel.
* Mandatory self-isolation of 14 days after international travel, testing positive for COVID-19, or coming into contact with someone who has tested positive remains in effect.
* Large public gatherings are still prohibited.
Further details on the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan, current and long-term restrictions and other provincial COVID-19 related information is available here.