A list of COVID-19 cases connected to Saskatchewan schools.
This is the second outbreak declared at a school.
The province’s chief medical health officer says most cases are linked to known clusters.
Nine businesses in Prince Albert, and two businesses in Rosetown, Sask. were likely exposed to COVID-19 by infectious people says the SHA.
Health officials say 15 of the 21 new cases reported on Saturday are from communal living settings.
Police are asking the public to plan alternative routes.
Active cases have dropped to 43 say Saskatchewan health officials, 18 of which are in communal living settings.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority has issued a warning about a person from another province who has since tested positive for COVID-19.
Five slides, including the kids' park have been reopened. Four slides remain closed pending further inspection.
Health officials say the risk of transmission is low.