The following recommendations should remain in place through all five phases:
- Protective measures for vulnerable populations.
- Individuals should continue working from home if they can do so effectively.
- Physical distancing must be maintained, wherever possible.
- People must stay at home when they are sick.
- Vulnerable individuals, such as seniors and those with underlying health conditions, should continue to exercise caution and minimize high-risk exposures, such as public outings.
- Personal hygiene will continue to be a key prevention measure.
- Enhanced cleaning and disinfection should take place in workplaces, public spaces and recreational facilities.
- Although the public health order regarding the size of gatherings does not apply to businesses and workplaces, they are expected to follow the recommended public health measures, including:
- physical distancing for staff and clients;
- regular cleaning and disinfection;
- frequent handwashing and sanitizing;
- use of PPE where available and appropriate; and
- keeping staff who demonstrate or report COVID-19 symptoms out of the workplace.
- Long-term care and personal care homes must ensure that each staff member works in only one facility
RE-OPENING MEDICAL SERVICES – May 4, 2020
- Allow public access to the following previously restricted medical services: dentistry, optometry, physical therapy, optician services, podiatry, occupational therapy and chiropractic treatment.
- Allow public access to medical spas for therapeutic services provided by a licensed medical practitioner for Saskatchewan residents. All cosmetic services will be restricted until Phase Three.
BOAT LAUNCH – May 4, 2020
FISHING – Southern Zone, May 5, 2020; Central Zone, May 15, 2020; Northern Zone, May 25, 2020
OUTDOOR INDIVIDUAL RECREATION – May 15, 2020
GOLF COURSES – May 15, 2020
PARKS AND CAMPGROUNDS – June 1, 2020
- Online reservations for provincial parks will launch on May 4, 2020.
- Overnight stays prior to June 1, 2020, are permitted for individuals with seasonal long-term sites with self-supporting infrastructure (sewer and water) located in private campgrounds or regional parks.
RE-OPENING RETAIL – May 19, 2020
- Retail businesses that were previously not allowed can begin providing services to the public, including:
- clothing stores
- shoe stores
- flower shops
- sporting good/adventure stores
- vaping supply shops (vaping and consumption of vaping products not permitted in stores)
- boats, ATV and snowmobile dealers
- gift, book and stationery stores
- jewelry and accessory stores
- toy stores
- music, electronic and entertainment stores
- pawn shops
- travel agencies
- u-pick produce
SHOPPING MALLS – May 19, 2020
RE-OPENING SELECT PERSONAL SERVICES – May 19, 2020
- Some personal service businesses can begin providing services to the public – including:
- hairstylist/barber (may wash, cut, style and chemically alter hair)
- registered massage therapist
PHASE 3 – dates TBD
RE-OPENING REMAIN PERSONAL SERVICES
- Other personal service businesses can begin providing services to the public, including:
- tattoo artist
- make-up application
- sun tanning parlour
- facilities in which body piercing, bone grafting or scarification services are provided
- other personal service facilities
RE-OPENING RESTAURANTS AND FOOD SERVICES – 50% capacity
RE-OPENING GYMS AND FITNESS FACILITIES
RE-OPENING LICENSED ESTABLISHMENTS
RE-OPENING CHILDCARE FACILITIES – maximum 15 children
INCREASING THE SIZE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE GATHERINGS TO 15 PEOPLE
PHASE 4 – dates TBD
RE-OPENING INDOOR AND OUTDOOR RECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES
INCREASING THE SIZE OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE GATHERINGS TO 30 PEOPLE
- All recreational and entertainment facilities, including casinos, bingo halls, arenas, curling rinks, swimming pools, municipal parks and playgrounds, galleries, theaters, museums and similar facilities.
- All seasonal programming, camps, recreational and athletic activities.
PHASE 5 – dates TBD
CONSIDER LIFTING SOME LONG-TERM RESTRICTIONS
- Options include limits on the size of public gatherings