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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Saskatchewan government reported 48 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, along with 79 recoveries and two deaths.

The two people who died were both in the 80-plus age group. One was from the Northwest zone and the other was from the North Central zone.

The new cases are in the Far Northwest (five); Far Northeast (one); Northwest (three); North Central (10); Saskatoon (six); Central West (two); Regina (15); South Central (three); and Southeast (one) zones. Two cases are pending residence location information.

Key indicators continue to drop in Saskatchewan. The seven-day average of new cases is 69 – the lowest it’s been since Oct. 31. There are 711 active cases in the province, another number Saskatchewan hasn’t seen since late October.

Hospitalizations are also steadily trending downwards. There are 76 COVID-19 patients in hospital across the province, which is the lowest since Nov. 18. Eleven of those patients are receiving ICU care in the North Central (two); Saskatoon (four); Central East (one); and Regina (four) zones.


VACCINES

The province added 961 vaccinations to Saturday’s tally on Monday.

In a release, the government said the vaccine numbers appeared lower on Monday because it returned to a 48-hour reporting time frame for vaccinations after shifting to a 24-hour reporting period on Friday, Saturday and Sunday “in order to provide the most up to date information to support a decision on the ability to move to Step 3 of the Re-Open Roadmap.”

According to data from the government, 70 per cent of people was 18 and older have their first dose, along with 69 per cent of people age 12 and older.


VARIANTS OF CONCERN

The province said 16 more COVID-19 cases were identified as variants of concern, bringing the total number of variant cases in the province to 11,971.

Of the 6,814 variant cases with identified lineages, 6,417 are Alpha (B.1.1.7), 282 are Gamma (P.1), 105 are Delta (B.1.617.2) and 10 are Beta (B.1.351).


2ND DOSE ELIGIBILITY

Starting 8 a.m. Monday morning, second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be available for anyone in the province who got their first dose on of before May 15.

Everyone who has a first dose will be eligible to receive a second after 28 days on Thursday.


MASK MANDATE ENDS JULY 11

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11.

The government made the announcement Sunday as 70 per cent of people age 18 and older and 69 per cent of people 12 and older have their first shot.

The province had said it will lift the mask mandate and restrictions on gathering limits three weeks after 70 per cent of people age 12 and older have received their first dose.

In a video posted on Twitter, Premier Scott Moe said the province will hit the final threshold in the next few days.


STEP 2 UNDERWAY

Saskatchewan began the second phase of its reopening plan Sunday as certain public health measures loosened across the province.

Step 2, which was triggered when 70 per cent of people age 30 and older got their first dose, will see capacity limits in stores lifted and restaurants will no longer have a limit on the number of people allowed to sit together at a table.

Fifteen people will now be allowed at private indoor gatherings. There will be a 150 person limit at public and private outdoor gatherings.

Step 3 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan will go ahead on July 11 after the province hit its vaccination target Saturday.


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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) has announced the concert lineup for the return of the Queen City Ex (QCX).

After the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel the event in 2020, the QCX will be back in Regina on Aug. 20-22 and 25-29.

In a press release, REAL said health measures will be in place. The organization said it will be monitoring guidelines set out by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.

The concert lineup features a mix of homegrown Saskatchewan talent and Canadian classics.

Friday, Aug. 20
Reklaws and JoJo Mason

Saturday, Aug. 21
54-40 and The Watchmen

Sunday, Aug. 22
The Halluci Nation (formerly Tribe Called Red)

Wednesday, Aug. 25
Scott Helman

Thursday, Aug. 26
Hunter Brothers and The Washboard Union

Friday, Aug. 27
Sam Roberts Band and K-OS

Saturday, Aug. 28
The Trews and Wide Mouth Mason

Sunday, Aug. 29
Regina Symphony Orchestra


Tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Monday.


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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Two men and a woman have been charged after a man was killed late last week.

Police were dispatched to Pasqua Hospital shortly after midnight Friday following a report of an injured man, who was later pronounced dead.

Police have identified the man as Robert Henry Fuchs, 52, originally of Carnduff.

Regina Police Services (RPS) investigation led officers to a home in the 1300 block of Garnet Street.

After further investigation, three people have been charged in his death, RPS said in a news release.

Marley Dawn McArthur, 35, Richard William Snyder, 36, and Anthony Allan Rus, 24, are accused jointly of second-degree murder.

McArthur and Snyder are also charged with breach of undertaking and Rus is charged with breach of recognizance.

All three of the accused were scheduled to appear in provincial court on Monday.


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    Date: Jun 21, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Since May, the federal government has been requiring all travellers to enter their information and upload their documents through the ArriveCAN app to ensure travellers are adhering to the COVID-19 travel restrictions.

The app enables travellers to upload their COVID-19 test results and describe to border officers how they plan to quarantine upon arrival.

Starting July 5, when fully vaccinated travellers will be exempt from quarantine measures, the app will also allow travellers to upload their proof of vaccination.

Heres what you need to know about the app.


HOW DOES ARRIVECAN WORK?

Travellers will have to ensure that they enter their information through the app within 72 hours prior to arriving in Canada.

Upon installing and opening the app for the first time, youll be asked to accept the terms of service and log in or register for an account.

The app will you ask you to enter your contact information and describe where youll be quarantining for 14 days. It will also ask you about your travel history and which countries you have visited in the last 14 days and to fill out a COVID-19 symptom self assessment.

Air travellers will also be asked to provide the trip reference code produced after booking their three-day stay at quarantine hotel, unless theyre quarantine exempt.

Travellers will also have to upload any relevant documents through the app, such as their COVID-19 test results. This includes fully vaccinated travellers, who will be able to upload their vaccine receipt through the app after the quarantine restrictions for these travellers ease on July 5.

If youre travelling with your family or in a group, you can also fill out the information for up to eight people in a single submission if all travellers will be staying at the same address for the quarantine period.

Upon arrival, a Canadian Border Services officer will ask to see your ArriveCAN receipt. This can be shown as a printout or on your phones screen through the app, as a screenshot, or in the email.

During your quarantine period, youll be able to check in daily with the app and report any symptoms as well as confirm that youve arrived at your quarantine location.

Travellers are also required to take another COVID-19 test on their eighth day of quarantine. On day nine of your quarantine period, the app will ask you to confirm if youve gotten tested on day eight.


WHAT DEVICES ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ARRIVECAN?

The app is available on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The ArriveCAN iPhone app is compatible with any iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad running iOS 12.0 or later. On Android, the app requires Android version 6.0 or newer.

If you dont have a compatible smartphone, you can submit your information through the browser version of ArriveCAN on any computer.


IS ARRIVECAN MANDATORY?

The federal government calls ArriveCAN a mandatory requirement for all travellers entering by land or air, but its unclear what sort of penalties would apply for travellers who refuse.

This includes quarantine-exempt individuals, such as cross-border workers.

During a media briefing officials from the Public Health Agency of Canada speaking on background said the previous system that was based around paper documents was inefficient, which prompted the federal government to make the app mandatory.

The federal governments website says that travellers who refuse to use ArriveCAN wont be denied entry, but may face delays due to additional questioning and potentially be subject to enforcement action.

For travellers who dont have a device compatible with ArriveCAN, officials say they can ask a friend or family member to enter in their information on their behalf.

However, the government says travellers dealing with exceptional circumstances outside of their control that prevents them from using the app or asking a friend or family member, wont be penalized.

Marine travellers are still allowed to produce their documents in paper format, given that internet access at sea may be limited, but they are still strongly encouraged to use the app, according to the federal governments website.


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    Date: Jun 20, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11.

The government made the announcement Sunday as 70 per cent of people age 18 and older have their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 69 per cent of all residents 12 and older have their first shot.

The province had said it will lift the mask mandate and restrictions on gathering limits three weeks after 70 per cent of people age 12 and older have received their first dose.

In a video posted on Twitter, Premier Scott Moe said the province will hit the final threshold in the next few days.

The government previously said that while masks will no longer be required under the public health order, people may still wear masks based on their own comfort level and requirements may be in effect in workplaces and at the discretion of business owners.

Saskatchewan began Step 2 of its reopen plan Sunday and will start Step 3 on July 11.


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    Date: Jun 20, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan reported 60 additional COVID-19 cases on Sunday, along with 76 recoveries and one death.

The person who died was in their 70s and from the Northwest zone. To date, 563 people in the province have died as a result of COVID-19.

The new cases are in the Far Northwest (four); Far Northeast (one); Northwest (nine); North Central (four); Saskatoon (27); Central West (one); Regina (nine); South Central (three); and Southeast (two) zones.

The seven-day average for new daily cases is 69. The province says there are 743 cases considered active.

There are 79 COVID-19 patients in hospital across the province. Twelve of those patients are in the ICU in the North Central (one); Saskatoon (six); Central East (one); and Regina (four) zones.


VACCINES

Health-care workers gave 16,084 doses of COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, bringing the total number of vaccinations in the province to 997,818.

According to the province, 708,939 first doses have been administered and 288,879 people are fully vaccinated.


VARIANTS OF CONCERN

The province said 25 more COVID-19 cases were identified as variants of concern, bringing the total number of variant cases in the province to 11,955.

The government reported 224 variant cases were confirmed through whole genome sequencing. Of the 6,814 variant cases with identified lineages, 6,417 are Alpha (B.1.1.7), 282 are Gamma (P.1), 105 are Delta (B.1.617.2) and 10 are Beta (B.1.351).


MASK MANDATE TO LIFT JULY 11

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11.

The government made the announcement Sunday as 70 per cent of people age 18 and older have their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 69 per cent of all residents 12 and older have their first shot.


STEP 2 STARTS SUNDAY

Saskatchewan began the second phase of its reopening plan Sunday as certain public health measures loosened across the province.

Step 2, which was triggered when 70 per cent of people age 30 and older got their first dose, will allow 15 people at private indoor gatherings. There will be a 150 person limit at public and private outdoor gatherings.

Step 3 will start on July 11.


45+ ELIGIBLE FOR 2ND DOSE OF COVID-19 VACCINE

Second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are available in Saskatchewan for residents age 45 and older or anyone who received their first dose on or before May 1, as of 8 a.m. Thursday.

The age eligibility for Northern Saskatchewan Administration District is now 18 years and older for second doses regardless of when they received their first dose.

Other individuals who are eligible for their second doses – including anyone diagnosed with or being treated for cancer, or anyone who has received a solid organ transplant – will receive a letter.


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    Date: Jun 20, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

A major barrier has been removed at Saskatchewan bars and restaurants.

As of Sunday, table seating is no longer capped at six people.

It’s been a long awaited milestone for the Four Seasons Restaurant and Lounge.

“It means so much to us, it means our industry has a chance. The hospitality industry, to come back,” said manager Sue Mclauchlin.

“We need the extra seating, we need the extra people. It is fantastic, it creates more jobs.”

While the table capacity limits have been lifted, tables must still be two meters apart or have a structural barrier between.

Dance floors and buffets must remain closed, under the provincial re-opening rules.

Nearly three weeks ago, the province reached its targeted vaccine threshold to enter this Step 2 of re-opening.

Las Palapas Resort and Grill said it has already had people booking tables of more than six.

“This has really allowed us to just be more flexible,” said manager of Las Palapas, David Serne.

“The starting of our day we had a group of eight, before noon … from a business standpoint, it’s been great to just get the people in here.”

All public health restrictions – including the mask mandate and gathering limits – will be lifted in Saskatchewan on July 11 during Step 3.


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    Date: May 04, 2021
    Posted By: EVO Radio Support Center

MAY 4, 2021 At 5:50PM our server that hosts our stations websites and our broadcasts had a crash. This crash did affect the live broadcast on all websites and apps. The cause is still unknown, however while talking with our hosting company they informed us that they were having issues with servers at the same data center were our server is located. We will be watching our stations very closely over the next few days! We are back on line!!

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    Date: Apr 24, 2021
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April 23, 2021 At 3:20AM our server that hosts our stations websites had issues and caused a crash of our sites. This crash did not affect the live broadcast! Our techs are looking for a cause of the crash. We will be looking closely with our server for the next few days.

Some other known issues: on chromium based browsers, they have made changes that makes JavaScripts timers to fail. We are working with our websites to remove JavaScript Timers, these changes will happen over the next one to two months. We will be fixing some other bugs and creating a mobile version of our sites.


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    Date: Mar 29, 2021
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