To reduce the number of coronavirus cases in the coming weeks, Saskatchewan is introducing more public health measures

These additional public health orders will be changed in Saskatchewan starting at 12:01 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 27, while the current will remain in effect through December 17, when approved by Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr Saqib Shahab

Restaurants and licensed establishments must retain guest / reservation information on all guests and are limited to four seats at a single table

Health officials said that if there are impervious barriers between tables, tables must be placed two meters apart, and if there are no impermeable barriers between tables, there must be a three meter gap between all tables

The province’s casinos, bingo halls, arenas, live theaters, cinemas, performing arts venues and other establishments, which currently support a capacity of 150 people, will be limited to 30 people on Friday

Public banquets, conferences, wedding receptions and funeral receptions in public rooms are limited to 30 people, no food or drinks may be available or served

According to the press release, all team / group sports, activities, games, competitions, concerts and drills are suspended, including amateur and recreational leagues for all ages

Health officials said that athletes and dancers under the age of 18 can continue to exercise, condition, and exercise in groups of eight or fewer, while maintaining required mask use and at least ten feet of physical distance. The same restrictions apply to fitness activities and Group fitness classes

According to the new measures, all places of worship must reduce the capacity to 30 people from Friday

Symptoms can include a fever, cough, and difficulty breathing – very similar to having a cold or flu.Some people may develop a more severe illness.People at risk include older adults and those with severe chronic conditions such as heart, lung, or kidney disease If you develop symptoms, contact the health authorities

To prevent the virus from spreading, experts recommend frequent hand washing and coughing up your sleeve.They also recommend minimizing contact with others, staying at home as much as possible and staying within two meters of other people, going out in situations where you cannot keep a safe distance from other people, health officials recommend using a non-medical face mask or cover to prevent the breath droplets that can carry the virus from spreading in some provinces and municipalities throughout Land, masks or face coverings are now mandatory in public indoor spaces

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