Regina plastic company working around the clock to provide sneeze guards for retailers

Crews at Davey Plastics in Regina have been working around the clock to help protect front-line workers. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, the local plastic company has been hit by a wave of orders for plastic protective shields, also known as sneeze guards. READ MORE: Harvard Developments donates 2,800 N95 masks to Saskatchewan Health Authority “It’s been crazy.

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Sixth staff member at Saskatoon Correctional Centre tests positive for COVID-19

As of April 3, a sixth staff member at Saskatoon Correctional Centre has tested positive for COVID-19. Noel Busse, communications branch executive director with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Corrections and Policing, said this staff member has been directed by public health authorities to self-isolate at home. READ MORE: Assisted care employee tests positive for coronavirus, 14 new cases reported in

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Thousands in Saskatchewan use virtual care tools amid COVID-19: SMA

Virtual care tools have changed the way family doctors practice medicine, according to the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA). The association said telephone and video consultations have become the first choice in order to avoid unnecessary contact and possible exposure to COVID-19 through visits to doctors’ offices, which remain open. Coronavirus: SMA president Dr. Allan Woo tests positive for COVID-19 Coronavirus:

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