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‘I am tired’: Leader in Sask. pandemic response leaving health authority

From battling misinformation to encouraging vaccination, Dr. Kevin Wasko has taken a lead role throughout Saskatchewan's pandemic response.Now, the physician executive for Integrated Rural Health with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is leaving his senior position to work as an...

How disagreements about COVID-19 have driven families, friends apart

As Kristin Quinney cradled the body of the son she had lost to a miscarriage, her pain was magnified by the knowledge that she couldn't tell her family."I didn't think I could take hearing that I killed my child by...

Dropping of Sask. proof-of-vaccination policy gets mixed reviews from residents, business owners

The Saskatchewan government's decision to lift the proof-of-vaccination or negative test policy next week is bittersweet for one Regina restaurant owner.Tony Yang, who owns Tipsy Samurai Bar and Charcoal Grill, said it could lead to a boost in business — but...

Sask. to end COVID-19 proof of vaccination policy on Feb. 14, mandatory masking to remain until end of month

Saskatchewan will end its vaccine passport policy on Monday, Feb. 14.That means businesses, workplaces and other public venues will no longer be mandated by the province to require proof of vaccination or a negative test.  Currently, all Saskatchewan residents must show proof...

Why experts say Sask. premier’s claim vaccines no longer protect against COVID-19 is based on misunderstanding

Experts are pushing back on Premier Scott Moe's pronouncement earlier this week that vaccines no longer prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Scientists and doctors say the premier's position is not backed up by evidence or data.  "He's spewing basically nonsense," said...

Why experts say Premier Moe’s claim vaccines no longer protect against COVID-19 is based on misunderstanding

Experts are pushing back on Premier Scott Moe's pronouncement earlier this week that vaccines no longer prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Scientists and doctors say the premier's position is not backed up by evidence or data.  "He's spewing basically nonsense," said...

The base rate fallacy and what Premier Scott Moe got wrong about COVID-19 spread in Sask.

Experts are pushing back on Premier Scott Moe's pronouncement earlier this week that vaccines no longer prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Scientists and doctors say the premier's position is not backed up by evidence or data.  "He's spewing basically nonsense," said...

How I unlearned my anti-vaxx upbringing and started to trust the experts

This First Person piece is by Kelsey MacDonald, mother of four in Melfort, Sask. For more information about CBC's First Person stories, please see the FAQ.  Growing up in an anti-vaccination home leads to far more than just mistrust of vaccinations....

Sask. now screening all COVID-19 cases for variants as Omicron number climbs by 2

Saskatchewan has recorded two new COVID-19 cases stemming from the Omicron coronavirus variant, bringing the provincial total to seven as of Friday. The new cases come as the province confirms all COVID-19 cases will now be screened in an attempt to detect...

Experts warn Sask. residents, government to take measures as Omicron variant spreads

While COVID-19 case numbers in Saskatchewan have declined in the past few weeks, they're trending upwards in other provinces, as the Omicron coronavirus variant — first identified as a variant of concern less than three weeks ago — spreads across Canada.Federal Chief Public Health...
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