*Update - January 11: Please note that the outbreak declared for this location was January 9, instead of January 8 as was previously reported in this announcement. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is issuing this alert due to a significant risk of increased exposure at the following location where persons attended while infectious:
An outbreak has been declared at this location as of January 9, and is being described as a potential super-spreader event. The contact tracing investigation has identified 16 positive cases to date, and there is significant risk for potential second generation spread.
Individuals who were at this location must immediately self-isolate for 14 days following the date of exposure. Call HealthLine 811, your physician or nurse practitioner if you develop symptoms; you may develop symptoms from two to 14 days following exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19.
If you attended the location during this timeframe, but have already been in contact with Public Health as part of this investigation, please continue to follow the directions you have been provided.
For those who attended this location during the above timeframe, have not spoken to Public Health and are now past the 14 day infectious period, you are being asked to do the following:
COVID-19 is everywhere in Saskatchewan. It is the responsibility of every person to strictly adhere to all public health orders and measures, including:
It is important to note the following: