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    Date: Jun 22, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan recorded its lowest single-day increase of COVID-19 cases since November, on Tuesday.

The province reported 36 new COVID-19 cases along with 87 recoveries. A new case total as low as 36 was last seen on Nov. 4, according to the provinces COVID-19 dashboard.

There were 21 cases removed from Saskatchewan’s count after they were deemed out-of-province residents. As of Tuesday, 639 cases remain active.

A total of 79 people are in hospital related to the virus, including 12 people in intensive care.

New cases are located in the Far North East (three), North West (two), North Central (two), Saskatoon (nine), Regina (11), South Central (one) and South East (six) zones. Two cases are pending residence information.

The seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases is 67, or 5.4 per 100,000 population.


VACCINATIONS

Saskatchewan has administered more than one million vaccine doses. A total of 1,005,275 doses have been given.

To date, 69 per cent of those 12 years and older have received their first dose of vaccine.


VARIANTS OF CONCERN

The province has detected 11,998 variants of concern through screening – up 28 from Monday.

Lineage results were determined for 89 more cases. Of the 6,903 variant cases with identified lineages, 6,475 are Alpha (B.1.1.7), 293 are Gamma (P.1), 125 are Delta (B.1.617.2) and 10 are Beta (B.1.351).


2ND DOSE ELIGIBILITY

Starting 8 a.m. Monday morning, second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be available for anyone in the province who got their first dose on of before May 15.

Everyone who has a first dose will be eligible to receive a second after 28 days on Thursday.


MASK MANDATE ENDS JULY 11

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11.

The government made the announcement Sunday as 70 per cent of people age 18 and older and 69 per cent of people 12 and older have their first shot.

The province had said it will lift the mask mandate and restrictions on gathering limits three weeks after 70 per cent of people age 12 and older have received their first dose.

In a video posted on Twitter, Premier Scott Moe said the province will hit the final threshold in the next few days.


STEP 2 UNDERWAY

Saskatchewan began the second phase of its reopening plan Sunday as certain public health measures loosened across the province.

Step 2, which was triggered when 70 per cent of people age 30 and older got their first dose, will see capacity limits in stores lifted and restaurants will no longer have a limit on the number of people allowed to sit together at a table.

Fifteen people will now be allowed at private indoor gatherings. There will be a 150 person limit at public and private outdoor gatherings.

Step 3 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan will go ahead on July 11 after the province hit its vaccination target Saturday.


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    Date: Jun 22, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

More than one million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have gone into the arms of Saskatchewan residents.

The province reached the million marker in 189 days, hitting the milestone after an additional 6,496 vaccines were administered, according to government data. To date, 1,005,275 doses have been given.

So far, 710,073 people have received their first dose and 295,202 people are fully vaccinated.

Seventy per cent of people 18 years and older have their first dose, while 69 per cent of people 12 years and older have their shot.

Health-care workers have administered nearly 350,000 doses in the last 30 days, according to the government’s vaccine dashboard.

The province’s COVID-19 vaccine campaign began on Dec. 15, when two health-care workers were immunized in Regina.

Currently, everyone age 12 and older is eligible for their first dose. As of Monday morning, anyone who got the first dose on or before May 15 can get their second.


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    Date: Jun 22, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Canada has announced funding to help search for unmarked burial sites at Saskatchewan’s former residential schools.

It’s providing 4.88 million to the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) to help gather knowledge about the sites and support any necessary ceremonies.

“We acknowledge the ongoing impact of intergenerational trauma. We must never forget the tragic history of residential schools,” said Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations.

The announcement comes less than a week after the province promised 2 million to help.

“We do have a comprehensive plan in place…and we will be working closely with each of our member nations that have had sites,” said David Pratt, second Vice Chief of FSIN .

Pratt said on top of the searching, more services are going to be needed to help people heal from the trauma.

“We say we’re alright, but we know its still inside us, inside our hearts,” said Chief of Fishing Lake First Nation Derek Sunshine.

“Obviously, mental health supports, addictions, the list goes on and on in terms of the those supports that we’re going to be needing moving forward,” said Pratt.

Eddie Bitternose grew up on Muskowekwan First Nation and is already aware that there are bodies buried around the former Muscowequan Indian Residential School.

“I think working with my dad, we pulled out our first box when I was about 12,” said Eddie Bitternose, who attended Gordon’s and Muscowequan Indian Residential School and Lebret (Qu’Appelle) Indian Industrial Residential School. “The priest at that time reburied it up on the hill...”

Bitternose said at the time, it was almost normal to come across a grave and go and tell the priest. He remembers finding seven or eight more graves while doing construction one summer.

“Then we’d have a little burial ceremony up on the hill and the day went on,” Bitternose said.

A 2018 study of the land around Muscowequan discovered 35 grave sites, but it only covered a small portion of the area. With the new funding, the entire area will be searched, and Bitternose expects more graves will be found.


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    Date: Jun 22, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Despite temporary Pfizer shipment delays, the Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging residents to get vaccinated as soon as possible, even if that means mixing brands.

This week in Saskatchewan, more clinics will be offering the Moderna vaccine. Speaking Monday, Premier Scott Moe stressed the importance of taking what’s available.

“The vaccines are working. 92 per cent of the people who have COVID-19 today are unvaccinated and those that are vaccinated are much, much safer than those that are not,” Moe said.

According to Dr. Hassan Masri, an intensive care unit doctor, many unvaccinated people who are now hospitalized with COVID-19 were misinformed about the disease and vaccines.

“Treating people who were given misinformation is extremely tough. I feel for these people,” Dr. Masri said.

Regina resident Shaadie Musleh is eligible to receive his second dose of vaccine. He said he is not concerned about having to mix and match brands.

“I was fine with that decision. I’m confident in the information that I’ve gotten and the experts that I’ve talked to,” Musleh said.

Musleh dropped by a Regina walk-in clinic on Monday, but was turned away due to limited vaccine supply.

“I’ll probably just wait for another day. Hopefully that email will come through and tell me that I’ve got my appointment,” Musleh said.


ALL COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS LIFTING JULY 11

After nearly reaching its final vaccination target, Saskatchewan announced it is lifting all COVID-19 restrictions as of July 11.

The opposition NDP is glad to see the province reopening.

“You know, it’s been a very long 15 months but you know we saw the failures of the premier to control the second and third wave of COVID-19. We need to make sure that the vaccine rollout does not suffer the same fate,” Vicki Mowat, the NDP health critic, said.

Moe received his second shot on Sunday, but said he will not be taking things for granted. The premier said he plans on carrying a mask for a while, even after restrictions are lifted on July 11.


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    Date: Jun 22, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

A new poll suggests about two-thirds of Canadians believe that governments should not lift all restrictions related to COVID-19.

Sixty-nine per cent of respondents to an online survey by Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies say restrictions should stay in place as people continue to get vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.

Leger executive vice-president Christian Bourque said Canadians are still fairly prudent and careful regarding lifting the restrictions.

“I believe theyre waiting until the end of the vaccination campaign, or at least until governments say that theyve reached all of their targets, potentially to sort of relax a little bit,” he said in an interview.

“Well see this number change once governments have said that theyve reached their vaccination targets. So, a few more weeks at least.”

The online poll of 1,542 adult Canadians was carried out June 18 to 20, and it cannot be assigned a margin of error because internet-based surveys are not considered random samples.

Bourque said the pandemic has impacted the wellness of many Canadians as they have been exercising less, gaining weight, drinking more alcohol and smoking more cannabis.

The survey found that 63 per cent of respondents say their mental health has been bad since the start of the COVID-19 crisis.

Thirty-six per cent of respondents said their level of exercise has decreased, 39 per cent say they have gained more weight, 16 per cent say they have drunk more booze and nine per cent say they have smoked more pot since the beginning of the pandemic.

Those who gained weight say they have gained 16 pounds on average.

Respondents who drank more alcohol since the pandemic started say they have drunk 6.3 more servings per week, and those who smoked more cannabis says they smoked on average 5.6 times more per week.

The poll also suggested that six per cent of Canadians have been spending more money on online gambling including gambling on sports and casino games.

Those who spent more on gambling say they spent on average an additional 74.8 on gambling per week.

“Its not that theres many more that gamble compared to before, but those who gamble more actually have increased their spending quite significantly,” Bourque said.

At the same time, the survey found 59 per cent of respondents say they feel optimistic about the next year in Canada.

“Optimism tends to be higher among younger Canadians, and among those who live in larger urban areas, so probably a bit more affluent youth are looking forward to getting out there, being more social again,” Bourque said.

“Canadians, anyway, seem to be opting for a more gradual, careful, prudent approach to getting out there and enjoying some of the things that they used to enjoy prior to the pandemic period.”


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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Saskatchewan government reported 48 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, along with 79 recoveries and two deaths.

The two people who died were both in the 80-plus age group. One was from the Northwest zone and the other was from the North Central zone.

The new cases are in the Far Northwest (five); Far Northeast (one); Northwest (three); North Central (10); Saskatoon (six); Central West (two); Regina (15); South Central (three); and Southeast (one) zones. Two cases are pending residence location information.

Key indicators continue to drop in Saskatchewan. The seven-day average of new cases is 69 – the lowest it’s been since Oct. 31. There are 711 active cases in the province, another number Saskatchewan hasn’t seen since late October.

Hospitalizations are also steadily trending downwards. There are 76 COVID-19 patients in hospital across the province, which is the lowest since Nov. 18. Eleven of those patients are receiving ICU care in the North Central (two); Saskatoon (four); Central East (one); and Regina (four) zones.


VACCINES

The province added 961 vaccinations to Saturday’s tally on Monday.

In a release, the government said the vaccine numbers appeared lower on Monday because it returned to a 48-hour reporting time frame for vaccinations after shifting to a 24-hour reporting period on Friday, Saturday and Sunday “in order to provide the most up to date information to support a decision on the ability to move to Step 3 of the Re-Open Roadmap.”

According to data from the government, 70 per cent of people was 18 and older have their first dose, along with 69 per cent of people age 12 and older.


VARIANTS OF CONCERN

The province said 16 more COVID-19 cases were identified as variants of concern, bringing the total number of variant cases in the province to 11,971.

Of the 6,814 variant cases with identified lineages, 6,417 are Alpha (B.1.1.7), 282 are Gamma (P.1), 105 are Delta (B.1.617.2) and 10 are Beta (B.1.351).


2ND DOSE ELIGIBILITY

Starting 8 a.m. Monday morning, second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be available for anyone in the province who got their first dose on of before May 15.

Everyone who has a first dose will be eligible to receive a second after 28 days on Thursday.


MASK MANDATE ENDS JULY 11

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11.

The government made the announcement Sunday as 70 per cent of people age 18 and older and 69 per cent of people 12 and older have their first shot.

The province had said it will lift the mask mandate and restrictions on gathering limits three weeks after 70 per cent of people age 12 and older have received their first dose.

In a video posted on Twitter, Premier Scott Moe said the province will hit the final threshold in the next few days.


STEP 2 UNDERWAY

Saskatchewan began the second phase of its reopening plan Sunday as certain public health measures loosened across the province.

Step 2, which was triggered when 70 per cent of people age 30 and older got their first dose, will see capacity limits in stores lifted and restaurants will no longer have a limit on the number of people allowed to sit together at a table.

Fifteen people will now be allowed at private indoor gatherings. There will be a 150 person limit at public and private outdoor gatherings.

Step 3 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan will go ahead on July 11 after the province hit its vaccination target Saturday.


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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) has announced the concert lineup for the return of the Queen City Ex (QCX).

After the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel the event in 2020, the QCX will be back in Regina on Aug. 20-22 and 25-29.

In a press release, REAL said health measures will be in place. The organization said it will be monitoring guidelines set out by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

The concert lineup features a mix of homegrown Saskatchewan talent and Canadian classics.

Friday, Aug. 20
Reklaws and JoJo Mason

Saturday, Aug. 21
54-40 and The Watchmen

Sunday, Aug. 22
The Halluci Nation (formerly Tribe Called Red)

Wednesday, Aug. 25
Scott Helman

Thursday, Aug. 26
Hunter Brothers and The Washboard Union

Friday, Aug. 27
Sam Roberts Band and K-OS

Saturday, Aug. 28
The Trews and Wide Mouth Mason

Sunday, Aug. 29
Regina Symphony Orchestra


Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Monday.


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