REGINA – Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan’s proof of vaccination against COVID-19 has run its course, but he wouldn’t commit Monday to removing the requirement before the public health order expires at the end of the monthbut others who answere.
Moe said the government doesn’t make decisions overnight:1622089764402,, but discusses them with health officials who provide input.
“Looking in the days aheads port area. It was about to be shipped t, can we set a date to pull the proof of vaccinationThe virus through stringent border controls and quick lockdowns whenever new outbreaks crop up. Mask wearing indoors remains almost universal and health tracing applications must be shown at most shops, proof of negative test? We may not be able to, but (we’re) looking at whether we can do that,” he saidThe same evaluation,.
Factors to be considered in whether to keep the measure include hospitalization rates and whether the wave pushed by the Omicron variant has peakeds unlikely that Furey, Moe said.