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ES Laird Middle School announces positive case of COVID-19

The Lloydminster Public School Division has announced someone in the facility has tested positive for COVID-19. The Saskatchewan Health Authority is currently conducting contact tracing, and as a result classes have been cancelled on Friday, October 23 and the facility will be closed to the public. “As an extra precaution, the classrooms and common areas of ​E.S. Laird Middle School …

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Possible COVID-19 exposure at Lloyd Mall

Out of an abundance of caution, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is warning residents of a possible COVID-19 exposure. Anyone who may have come into contact with this person may not necessarily have contracted COVID-19, but health officials are asking people to monitor their symptoms over the next 14 days. Anyone who was inside of Lloyd Mall on October 13 between …

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Lakeland College employee COVID-19 positive, no other cases reported

Lakeland College stated no other confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been reported after an employee tested positive on Monday. The post-secondary said the Lloydminster campus employee followed health protocols by staying at home after displaying symptoms. The campus will remain open to employees and staff as Public Health officials believe the risk of transmission is low. People will be contacted …

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Flu shot may rule out COVID-19 symptom confusion: pharmacist

Getting the flu shot may help residents make the recognition between having the annual influenza or if they have COVID-19. Since symptoms are similar, Pharmacist Scott Malek at Sprucewood Pharmacy said getting the shot is a good way to rule out one option. “With the pandemic going on, it allows for some differentiation in symptoms. If you get the flu …

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Onion Lake warns of possible COVID exposure in Lloyd

Contact tracing has begun in Onion Lake after someone infected with COVID-19 from the area traveled to several locations. This person was at Communiplex Chase The Ace between 8:00am-8:00pm on October 8th and October 10th, and from 8:00am-1:30pm on October 9th and October 13th. This person also briefly visited two locations for a few minutes. They were at the Onion …

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Potential COVID-19 exposure at two Border City locations

Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has released two more locations that have possibly been exposed to COVID-19. A person who was likely infected with the virus went to these businesses on these dates. Lloydminster Locations exposed on October 10: Original Joe’s Restaurant and Bar, 5027 44 Street, #107D, from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. Canadian Brewhouse, 7703 44 Street, #104, from …

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LCSD announced Holy Rosary, St. Joseph negative COVID-19 tests

Two Lloydminster Catholic School Division schools have COVID-19 tests come back negative after advisories set out this weekend. The Area Lead Medical Officer of Health and the Public Health team issued a advisory to St. Joseph Elementary School and Holy Rosary High School over Thanksgiving weekend. This was due to a visitor to the area from outside the province tested …

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Possible COVID-19 exposure in two local businesses

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has released the locations where COVID-19 has potentially been transmitted. A person who was most likely infected have been to the following local businesses on days listed below. Lloydm​​inster Businesses: October 1 and 2 – N​elson Lumber, 6609 44 StreetOctober 5 – Hom​e Depot, 7705 44 Street Specific times that the persons were at the two Lloydminster …

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Three new cases in Lloydminster’s health zone

Three new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Lloydminster’s SHA health zone on Sunday, part of 24 new cases confirmed in Saskatchewan. There are two active cases in Lloydminster’s subregion and five active in the North West. This comes after Lloydminster Catholic School Division reporting one confirmed case at Ecole St. Thomas and St.Mary’s Elementary school on Friday.  Six people …

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