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Visitors to SHA acute care facilities, long term care facilities, to require proof of vaccination

Visitors to SHA acute care facilities, long term care facilities, to require proof of vaccination

Starting Monday, Nov. 8, visitors to Saskatchewan Health Authority acute care facilities and long term care facilities will require proof of vaccination or a negative test.
Cameron reelected as FSIN Chief despite opposition

Cameron reelected as FSIN Chief despite opposition

FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron will lead the executive for another three years.
Sask. Throne speech opens Legislature with optimistic message about growth

Sask. Throne speech opens Legislature with optimistic message about growth

The 29th session of the Legislative Assembly opened this afternoon, with the delivery of the Throne Speech.
Sask. releases tentative vaccine plans for children aged 5-11

Sask. releases tentative vaccine plans for children aged 5-11

The beginnings of a plan to vaccinate children 5-11 years old in Sask. are now public, with more details expected later in November.
Regina Northeast candidate Jeff Walters appointed leader of Sask. Liberals

Regina Northeast candidate Jeff Walters appointed leader of Sask. Liberals

“I think people are searching for a way forward, and just aren’t seeing it in present politics, and that's something we can provide, so I am extraordinarily optimistic.” - Jeffrey Walters.
Sask. Premier repeats no gathering restrictions coming, support nurses on the way

Sask. Premier repeats no gathering restrictions coming, support nurses on the way

Support nurses are incoming from Ontario to prop up overwhelmed ICUs, say Sask. officials, but no gathering restrictions to slow transmission are on the horizon.
Monoclonal antibody treatments now available to Sask. COVID-19 patients

Monoclonal antibody treatments now available to Sask. COVID-19 patients

Select COVID-19 patients will be able to receive monoclonal antibody treatment beginning this week, says public health.
New commodity rate for SaskEnergy averages $6.16 more per bill

New commodity rate for SaskEnergy averages $6.16 more per bill

SaskEnergy’s commodity rate increase is a reflection of the significant rise in natural gas prices
NDP critics looking for clear COVID-19 plan, commitment to funding for schools

NDP critics looking for clear COVID-19 plan, commitment to funding for schools

More than 70 schools in the province have reported COVID-19 outbreaks in the last two weeks, data shows.
Province expects to transfer 2-4 ICU patients a day out of Saskatchewan next week

Province expects to transfer 2-4 ICU patients a day out of Saskatchewan next week

The focus is on transferring the patients dealing with COVID-19 out of province
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