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Effective July 1, , the province stopped releasing updates on case numbers on weekends and statutory holidays. Concerns were raised over the impact of the La Loche outbreak on the plans; on April 27, Premier Moe described this as an isolated outbreak and not "throughout the North", but Zambory still showed concerns, stating that "it really is scary now that we're starting to really become overly comfortable". By early April, the number of new cases within Saskatchewan began to trend downwards; on April 6, the number of new recoveries began to regularly equal or exceed the number of new cases, which also began to steadily drop. An online self-screening website was established to provide guidance to employees before they begin their shifts. All art galleries, museums, and other recreational, entertainment, and personal service facilities were ordered closed, and certain types of medical clinics chiropractors, dentists, optometrists, podiatrists , and registered massage therapists were restricted to non-elective appointments only. The province unveiled its "Re-Open Saskatchewan" plan on April 23, which consists of five phases with a gradual lifting of economic restrictions, and guidelines for specific industries to implement as the phases progress. Shahab estimated in June that restrictions might not be fully lifted for at least a year. In early April, Restaurants Canada reported that 25, restaurant jobs have been lost in Saskatchewan since March 1.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The store's local owner criticized the customer for breaking recommended self-quarantine, even though she had displayed no symptoms herself. On April 28, the SHA announced that it would expand its testing to include more involving asymptomatic patients. Saskatchewan's Chief Medical Officer Saqib Shahab announced the first presumptive case of in the province on March 12, a person in their 60s that had recently returned from Egypt , who was tested on March 9, and was in self-isolation at their home. On April 18, citing reports of cases linked to the Kearl Oil Sands Project near Fort McMurray , Alberta, [99] the SHA instituted an advisory against non-essential travel between Northwest Saskatchewan and Northern Alberta , and began recommending self-isolation for those returning from inter-provincial travel between the areas. On March 16, the province announced that all public schools would "wind down" over the week, and close indefinitely on March Final grades will be issued based on existing progress, and eligible Grade 12 students will be able to graduate. On March 26, Saskatchewan ordered the closure of all "non-allowable business services" to the public. On May 7, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education stated that in-person classes would remain suspended through the end of the school year. On April 23, the province unveiled a plan to gradually begin lifting economic restrictions on May 4, although restrictions on larger public gatherings, social distancing, and self-isolation after international travel, will remain in force for the foreseeable future. Government recommendations also remain in force indefinitely, such as those regarding personal hygiene, cleaning and disinfection protocols by businesses and public venues especially on high-touched surfaces , use of protective equipment where applicable, remote work whenever possible, advisories against non-essential travel outside of Saskatchewan including within Canada , and protective measures for vulnerable populations. On April 13, amidst the number of new cases trending downward, Premier Moe announced that he would begin consultations with the Chief Medical Officer on plans to gradually restore normal commerce and services, with plans to release more information as early as the following week if new cases in Saskatchewan remain steady. On March 28, Saskatchewan announced the largest single-day increase in cases, at The spike, especially in northern and central Saskatchewan, was attributed to 18 cases involving attendees of a snowmobile rally in Christopher Lake on March Both people were in their 70s and were from separate parts of the province. The SHA released updated modelling on April 28, estimating an effective reproduction number of 0. Due to an employee testing positive, an outbreak was declared at a dairy factory in the Saskatoon zone. Northern Health Officer Zayed stated that almost all of the 29 new cases in La Loche had been traced to a case from northern Alberta. Citing concerns over the potential of an impending outbreak in the province, Premier Scott Moe announced on March 12 that he would not pursue a snap provincial election. Tracy Zambory, head of the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, similarly argued that "we're expecting a population that hasn't gotten much help in the past to suddenly understand and follow all these rules". On March 18, a Sangster's health store in Lawson Heights, Saskatoon was closed after multiple visits by a customer who stated that she had recently returned from international travel to Hawaii , and that multiple passengers on the flight had felt ill. The resumption of procedures at SHA facilities are on a separate timetable: [] on May 5, the SHA announced a four-phase plan that began May 19 with increased availability of primary care, surgeries, and diagnostic imaging. Ryan Meili , leader of the opposition Saskatchewan NDP , called for more action to be taken in the northern region, including "mobiliz[ing] the resources necessary to test everyone in La Loche and Clearwater River Dene Nation ". On April 1, the state of emergency was extended through April Saskatchewan ordered the closure of all fitness facilities, casinos, and bingo halls on March 20 all provincial casinos had already announced their closure two days earlier, in advance of the mandate. You have to find the right time to make that announcement in such a way that you actually do not panic the population for not much benefit. The University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan voluntarily suspended in-person classes on March 16, and switched to online courses for the remainder of the semester. Most of Saskatchewan entered Phase 3 on June 8. He warned that these proposals would depend on a "comprehensive and robust testing and contact tracing plan", and that this would have to be done in a cautious manner, since "there is no magic switch that we can flip that sends everything back to normal overnight", and "we may not be able to move on some areas for a number of months, or until we get a vaccine ", since the province was "only one outbreak away from interrupting those numbers". Saskatchewan's next general election is scheduled for October 26, On March 13, following the second presumptive case in the province, the Saskatchewan government announced restrictions on gatherings of more than people in contiguous indoor space, as well as gatherings of more than 50 people if they include participants who had recently travelled internationally. Contingencies will be offered in case in-person classes cannot be offered, or a student voluntarily declines to attend them. All but one of the new cases were situated in the Far North zone. On June 23, it was announced that portions of Phase 4. You have to balance that with the negative impact that may result in terms of panic. Individual facilities may be exempted by request if they are deemed unable to maintain adequate staff. On June 30, it was announced that indoor sports, recreation, and performing arts facilities may reopen on July 6. Late-April saw a major outbreak emerge in northwest Saskatchewan, centred upon the town of La Loche. A previous test and verbal assessment upon the patient's arrival on April 21 had come back negative. On June 9, the province announced that public schools would be allowed to offer in-person classes beginning in the new school year, with guidelines to be issued by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Chief Medical Officer. The timetable for entry into phases 3, 4, and 5 will be dependent on the performance of the first two, and the province may roll back these decisions if needed. Some restrictions remain in force indefinitely, including those on larger public gatherings, visitation of long-term care facilities, visitation of SHA facilities for non-compassionate reasons, mandatory self-isolation after international travel, and the closure of schools. On March 20, Regina Transit and Saskatoon Transit suspended fares for all bus service, but with reduced service. New cases, infection patterns including management of cases imported from outside of the province , and the efficiency of contact tracing will be monitored by the government. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}A provincial state of emergency was declared on March 18, and the province began to institute mandatory closures of non-essential facilities and lines of business over the days that followed. Indoor recreation facilities, including sports, as well as casinos, were to be reopened at a later date within the next two weeks. On April 30, a public health order was issued requiring residents of the NSAD to practice appropriate social distancing and not travel outside of their communities, with exceptions only for medical needs and grocery shopping. For the first time, the number of new recoveries 14 exceeded the number of new cases 4. On May 19, due to the regional nature of the La Loche outbreak, the interprovincial travel restrictions were reduced to only the northwest corner of the province. By late-May, the outbreak had begun to subside, and the province began to lift restrictions in the region on June 8. On April 17, Shahab announced that the province was monitoring cases tied to long-term care facilities , including an "outbreak situation" in La Loche , a second staff member of one in Regina testing positive, and three residents of said home with symptoms which later tested negative. Moe stated that the province aimed to perform 1, tests per-day by the end of April. Guidelines and requirements were also modified to mandate the wearing of face masks by employees of restaurants, gyms, and personal care facilities [] [] []. Premier Moe cited the increased number as evidence that "increased testing in that area is working". On March 20, Premier Moe signed an order making public health orders issued pursuant to the state of emergency enforceable under provincial law. Bars and nightclubs can only offer take-out if customers are capable of maintaining a distance of 2 metres from each other. Zambory deemed Moe's initial announcement on April 13 to be premature; she argued that it could encourage residents to stop practising social distancing or remaining at home, which could potentially lead to renewed spread. Eleven of the new cases are situated in La Loche, and four in Lloydminster — tied to a cluster of 13 at Lloydminster Hospital. On March 18, 8 new cases were reported. However on May 3, these kits were voluntarily recalled by the company after being restricted to research use only by Health Canada, due to "concerns regarding the efficacy of the proprietary swab". On April 23, Premier Scott Moe gave a televised address the first such address by the Premier of Saskatchewan since Roy Romanow 's tenure , announcing that the province had "flattened the curve", and that he and Shahab would unveil a five-stage process to "gradually and methodically" restore normal commerce and services. The amendments passed with the support of both parties. He explained that the province had to balance the risks of doing so too quickly which could cause the virus to spread again , and doing so too slowly which could cause "permanent damage to the livelihoods of thousands of Saskatchewan people" , and that the province was "looking at ways to increase testing and contact tracing in the days ahead". In response to the outbreak, Premier Moe stated that despite its overall progress, the province "can expect to experience isolated outbreaks such as this". As of April 28, there are 50 testing sites in Saskatchewan. On May 17, the La Loche Health Centre outbreak was declared inactive, as 28 days had passed without new cases directly associated with it. Child care services cannot expand their capacity until phase 3, which faced criticism from Meili for potentially affecting the ability for parents to return to work in phase 2. Door-to-door testing was employed in the La Loche area, with over households tested through the conclusion of the program on May Northern Health Officer Zayed described the scheme as having led to "more understanding, communication, engagement, [and] solidarity" between the SHA and local leaders. On May 1, Saskatchewan surpassed cases in total with its largest single-day increase since March 28, with 19 in the Far North zone and four in the North zone within the Lloydminster area. Individuals with a primary residence in the NSAD were also barred from entering the region. On June 23, nine of the 11 new cases announced on June 22 were deducted from Saskatchewan's total case count due to them being from out-of-province residents. Examples of "non-allowable business services" include but are not limited to ATV, boat, and snowmobile retailers, clothing, shoe, accessory, and jewellery stores, electronics, entertainment, and toy stores, flower shops, book, gift, and stationery stores, sporting goods stores, pawn shops, and travel agencies. Saskatchewan declared a provincial state of emergency on March 18, which included plans for shifting all provincial government entities and crown corporations to remote work by March 23, authorizing the SHA to "redeploy nurses and other staff and ensure medical supplies and personal protective equipment are available when needed and reduce risk of further exposure to our care providers and patients", and advising against non-essential travel outside of the province. Despite this, Livingstone did state that their overall testing capacity had surpassed the previously-stated target of 1, per-day. On March 26 and 27, 9 new cases were reported each. The Government would announce the planned spending, including for the health care sector, which would see an increase in funding. By June, the number of daily cases had begun to subside once more, although two new deaths were announced in Far North on June 8. It was also announced that the limit on participants in outdoor gatherings would be increased to 30 rather than 15 as originally announced indoor gatherings will be capped at 15 until Phase 4. Law enforcement agencies, including the RCMP , have the authority to enforce these measures under penalties of fines or arrest. On April 15, the SHA began to mandate that employees of all of its facilities wear masks and undergo twice-daily temperature checks. Non-essential travel outside of the province has been discouraged, except for those commuting for work out-of-province such as in border communities. La Loche was given authorization to enter Phase 2. There was no evidence of transmission within the hospital.