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The latest from City Hall: The City has activated its Emergency Operations Centre to coordinate its planning efforts.
The City supports and will fully comply with both the guidelines and restrictions under the current Public Health Order, as required by the Chief Medical Health Officer and regulated under the Re-open Saskatchewan Plan.
Saskatoon Transit will resume loading passengers and collecting fares at the front doors
Updates from Cynthia Block, Councilor, Ward 6: “Offers to pick up groceries, prescriptions, shovel walks or reach out via phone to strangers who may be lonely remind me again how lucky we are to live in this city. “
Updates from Mairin Loewen, Councilor, Ward 7: “I want to … sincerely thank residents for everything they are doing to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on our community – by staying home, practicing physical distancing, and by continuing to stay connected with your neighbours.”
The Saskatoon Public Schools Parent and Caregiver Reopening Handbook has been updated with new details about staggered elementary school start dates, the revised high school quint calendar, and other division-wide reopening information. The handbook is updated whenever new information is available.
Effective March 25, City-owned playground structures and those in school yards at all schools (Saskatoon Public, Greater Saskatoon Catholic, and Canadienne Ecole Francais) will close until further notice. This action was necessary because the shared surfaces people touch – especially playground equipment – should not be used right now for the health and safety of your family, and to eliminate the potential for gatherings at play. For more information go to saskatoon.ca/covid-19.
The latest from Public Health Canada: Prevention and treatment information from our Federal government.
The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention provides steps to care for yourself and help protect others in your home and community.
Resources for Seniors
The Saskatoon Council on Aging has cancelled programs and activities until June. Its phone lines remain open and staff are working remotely. Any senior, who needs help to get groceries or needs a friendly volunteer caller, may contact the YXE Community Response to COVID-19. The email is email@example.com. The hotline is 306-361-4357. There are also many other organizations that are helping. To keep updated, visit the website.