COVID-19 in Saskatchewan: All current public health orders extended to May 10
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In Regina, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe provides an update on the province’s response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) pandemic and announces all current public health orders are extended to May 10. He also announces the age of eligibility to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine is now 40, and that the age of eligibility to book a vaccination appointment will be lowered to 44 on April 22 and 40 on April 28.
Scott Livingstone, CEO of the Saskatchewan Health Authority, and Dr. Saqib Shahab, Saskatchewan’s chief medical officer of health, also take part in the briefing via videoconference. (April 20, 2021)