After Alberta, Saskatchewan announces the end of all public health restrictions on July 11

Following Alberta’s announcement that most public health restrictions would be lifted on July 1st, 2021, the province of Saskatchewan has announced that it will lift all public health restrictions on July 11.

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All health public health measures related to COVID-19, including the mandatory mask mandate and gatherings limits, will be ended on July 11, Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe announced on Sunday.

70% of the province’s 18 years and older population have received their first dose of the vaccine. 

Other provinces such as Quebec and Ontario have shown little to no intention of lifting all public health measures anytime soon.

Quebec, despite reporting only 90 new cases in the last 24 hours for its 8.5 million population, is maintaining the mask mandate and gatherings limits. 

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