Various locations in Saskatchewan, Canada are reported to have COVID-19 exposure to such a degree that it concerns health authorities. The specific regions are North Battleford, Regina, Rosthern, Saskatoon, and Yorkton.
For example, apparently, prolonged exposure may have occurred at Real Canadian Superstore at the Golden Mile location in Regina. The province has multiple possible sites of exposure per the Saskatchewan Health Authority. In late October, the public may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
The province was not home free before this time. It was experiencing a steady climb in cases in several communities. Alerts have been issued far and wide, especially for local businesses with advice to self-isolate.
Among the locales of exposure are Walmart Supercentre and Gold Eagle Casino in North Battleford. In Regina, the listed locations along with the SuperStore are Regina Transit (Route 7 and 9), Marhaba Restaurant, and Prairie Mobile Communications. Added are the Bank of Montreal and The Last Straw.
The Rosthern Hotel has been identified in Rosthern while in Saskatoon, among the cited sites are Taverna Italian Kitchen and Bar, Motion Fitness Lawson Heights and Stonebridge, Hometown Diner, Dakota Dunes, Casino, Planet Beach, and Sobey’s Liquor.
The Yorkton area has seen exposure at Save-On Foods, Pumphouse Athletic Club, and Canadian Tire. Of note, Soup n Such/Parkland Mall Food Court, Prairie Harvest Christian Life Centre, Tim Horton’s, Chester’s Chicken, and Real Canadian Superstore have been identified.