“I was in one of the places mentioned in a public health alert – do I have to self-isolate?”
“I was told I was a contact of someone who is COVID-19 positive, but I feel fine - can I still go to work?”
“I have some symptoms – does everyone in my house now have to self-isolate while I wait to get a test?”
If you’re wondering what to do in regards to your own COVID-19 situation, the best thing you can do is a little research. For example, instructions about what to do if you visited a place that was subject to a public health alert are included with the alerts when they are posted on the
Saskatchewan Health Authority website.
To answer some of the more commonly asked questions about testing, like “what should I do if I have symptoms or have been told I am a close contact?” there’s a
new resource available online.
Many resources are available on the Government of Saskatchewan
COVID-19 website, including information about public health orders and travel restrictions.
If you have specific questions about your situation, it’s best to reach out to the health professionals on HealthLine 811 or call your personal health care provider to book a virtual appointment to discuss.
A person receives a COVID-19 test.