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The Saskatchewan government has adjusted some of its COVID-19 restrictions for the province, including changes to sports, restaurants, places of worship, and performance and performance venues

All team and group sports, activities, games, competitions, concerts and exercises have been suspended, including hockey, curling, racket sports, cheerleading, group dance exercises, etc.

Team and group sports and fitness activities will be suspended, including activities, games, competitions, concerts, and exercises

People under the age of 18 are only allowed to continue training in groups of less than eight people. The distance between participants must be at least three meters. Trainers and trainers are not counted as long as they are wearing masks

Group fitness for all ages can be continued in groups of eight or fewer people, masks must be worn and the physical distance of three meters must also be maintained

Public banquets, conferences, wedding receptions and funeral receptions in public rooms are reduced to a maximum of 30 people. This restriction also applies to places of worship. The limit for private gatherings remains at five. Food and drinks cannot be served

“Individuals, recurring carers, support staff (ie therapists, nurses) and craftsmen (ie housekeepers, plumbers) are allowed, but should keep a distance of two meters and be masked while the service is provided,” the province said in a press release

Restaurants and licensed establishments are now limited to four people per table Capacity will be reduced to 30 in all casinos, bingo halls, arenas, live theaters, cinemas, performing arts venues and other establishments currently supporting 150 seat capacity

All persons in schools and day care centers must now wear masks at all times, which is to be expected during meals

All employees and visitors to all companies and workplaces must wear masks in all public areas. All residents and visitors to correctional facilities must wear a mask in all public areas

Large retial areas have to reduce customer access to 50 percent or four square meters per person

Saskatchewan Prime Minister Scott Moe and Chief Medical Health Officer Saqib Shahab will meet on Wednesday, Jan. March 2020, in the legislative building in Regina for an update of the COVID-19 news THE CANADIAN PRESS / Michael Bell

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