The province says Saskatchewan reached the Step Two threshold on the province Re-Opening Roadmap, with over 70 per cent of Saskatchewan residents age 30 and older having received their first dose of Covid-19 vaccine.
Step Two will begin on Sunday, June 20 - three weeks after Step One which begins on Sunday, May 30.
In Step Two, public health measures will be eased as follows:
No capacity thresholds on retail and personal care services, must maintain an occupancy that allows for physical distancing;
Restaurants and bars will have no table capacity thresholds, must maintain two metres of physical distancing or structural barriers between tables, dance floors and buffets remain closed;
150 person maximum capacity at event facilities, casinos, bingo halls, theatres, art galleries, libraries and recreational facilities, must maintain an occupancy that allows for physical distancing, restaurant guidelines apply at venues that serve food;
Long-term care and personal care home residents may have up to four visitors indoors and nine visitors outdoors;
No change from Step One at gyms and fitness facilities, primary, secondary and post-secondary education and childcare;
All remaining restrictions on youth and adult sports will be lifted;
Limit of 15 people at private indoor gatherings, including household gatherings;
Limit of 150 people at public indoor gatherings and private and public outdoor gatherings; and
Current province-wide masking mandate remains in place.
Every Saskatchewan resident age 12 and older is now eligible to receive their first dose of vaccine.
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