Mask order in Sask. could be lifted by July 11, premier says

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province’s mandatory mask order may be lifted as early as July 11, depending on COVID-19 vaccine uptake in the weeks to come. 

Moe made the announcement Tuesday during his government’s latest COVID-19 news conference.

Stream the news conference live here. 

The mask order will only be lifted once three weeks have elapsed since the beginning of Step 2 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan, and three weeks have passed since 70 per cent of people aged 12 and older have received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. 

Even once masks are no longer required, “everybody should do what they feel comfortable doing,” Moe said.

(Government of Saskatchewan)

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