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Possible COVID-19 exposure at The Sticks Billiards and Lounge in Lloydminster

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is advising residents of a possible COVID-19 exposure at a local business. The advisory comes out of an abundance of caution so residents can act accordingly should they become symptomatic. The individual who may have been infectious was inside of The Sticks Billiards and Lounge on October 26 between 7-10 p.m. Anyone who was at …

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Positive COVID-19 case confirmed at Bishop Lloyd

The Lloydminster Public School Division has confirmed a positive COVID-19 case at Bishop Lloyd Middle School. The division said the person is in the 7-5, 7-6 cohort team at the school. Communication has been shared with the specific classroom/cohort, as well as the school community. The SHA is currently conducting contact tracing. ​ The LPSD said since it won’t be …

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Sask. reducing private gathering limit amid COVID-19 cases increase

Saskatchewan is reducing the size of gatherings after recent transmission trends as COVID-19 cases rise. The province’s chief medical health officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab, announced on Tuesday that the maximum capacity for private gatherings in homes will decrease from 15 to 10. This includes residents of the home. All events inside a private home or outbuildings, such as weddings, religious …

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Positive COVID-19 cases confirmed at E.S Laird, Lloyd Comp

A positive COVID-19 case have been confirmed at both E.S Laird Middle School and Lloydminster Comprehensive High School. The Lloydminster Public School Division was informed of the positive cases on Monday. To minimize further risk, all classes at E.S Laird will be cancelled on Tuesday and students will move to online learning from November 4th to 16th. From November 9th …

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Potential COVID-19 exposure at Servus Sports Centre

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying residents of potential COVID-19 exposure at the Servus Sports Centre. Anyone was at the facility on October 24 between 9 a.m.-10 a.m. is being asked to monitor their health over the next two weeks. The City said the building will remain open at this time and will continue following the direction of the Saskatchewan …

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Winston Churchill moves to online learning after COVID-19 exposure

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has informed the Lloydminster Public School Division that one of its schools has been affected by a positive COVID-19 case. On Sunday, the LPSD was informed that a positive case within the community has impacted individuals at Winston Churchill Elementary School. The SHA is currently conducting contact tracing. To minimize further risk of transmission, classroom 301 …

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SHA warns of possible COVID-19 transmission at three Lloyd businesses

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is advising residents of possible COVID-19 exposure at three Lloydminster businesses. People who were at the following locations during the specified time should closely monitor their health over the next two weeks: October 17 May Cinema 6, 4707 49 Avenue, 9 to 11 p.m. October 19 Walmart Supercentre, 4210 70 Avenue, 10:30 to 11:00 a.m. Brown’s Social House, 8120 …

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SHA declares COVID-19 outbreak at E.S Laird

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has declared a COVID-19 outbreak at E.S Laird Middle School after the recent positive cases. On Tuesday,  the Lloydminster Public School Division was advised of three positive cases. This brings the total cases to four at the school after the first was confirmed on October 22nd. SHA Medical Health Officer Dr. M. Nsungu sent out a …

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Possible transmission at four Lloyd businesses

Out of an abundance of caution, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is notifying residents of a possible COVID-19 transmission at four Lloydminster businesses. Anyone who may have come into contact with the individual who recently tested positive may not necessarily have contracted COVID-19, but health officials are asking people to monitor their health over the next 14 days. People who were …

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Some E.S. Laird students will learn online next week after COVID case

Some E.S. Laird students will be learning online for the start of next week after there was a positive COVID case reported at the school on Thursday night. Lloydminster Public School Division said on Friday that students in classrooms 8C and 9E will be moving to online learning from next Tuesday until Thursday to minimize further risk of transmission within …

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