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Possible COVID-19 exposure in Cut Knife: SHA

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is advising the public that a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 had visited a Cut Knife business while possibly infectious. Anyone who visited the Country Roads Motor Inn dining area between July 13th to 16th is asked to monitor for symptoms for 14 days. A testing appointment can also be set up by contacting …

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Third active COVID-19 case confirmed in Wainwright

Additional COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in the M.D of Wainwright, the county of Minburn and the County of Two Hills as of Friday. According to the Alberta Health Services virus data map, a third infection has been confirmed in the M.D. of Wainwright, two are active in the County of Minburn, and the County of Two Hills now has …

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Gold Horse Casino reopens with increased safety and sanitary practices

As of last weekend, both of the Border City’s provinces have allowed casinos to open their doors for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak. Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority establishments including the Gold Horse Casino, have taken the initiative to improve and enhance their cleaning and safety measures. Roger Anderson, General Manager of Gold Horse Casino, claims the casino experienced …

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One active COVID-19 case in Lloydminster: AHS

There is one confirmed case of COVID-19 in Lloydminster on Wednesday and one in the Wainwright area. Alberta Health Services infection data map shows one active case of the virus in Lloyd and one within the M.D. of Wainwright. On Tuesday, the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Government of Saskatchewan would not confirm whether there was an active case in the …

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City to survey land for possible transload facilty

The City of Lloydminster will begin surveying land for a potential facility to transport goods and services for the region. This project will begin with a feasibility study where the City looks to identify land that could be used for a transload facility. This refers to the transfer of goods or commodities from one mode of transportation to another, rail …

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Authorities won’t speak on potential COVID-19 case in Lloyd

Concern the virus has been transmitted locally after the SHA warned Lloyd residents last week, but health authorities said that’s confidential information The Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Health Authority will not disclose whether or not there is an active COVID-19 case in Lloydminster. As of Tuesday, there are three active cases in the North Zone, which includes Lloydminster and …

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SHA announces more testing and health services opening up across the province

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has announced COVID-19 testing is being expanded, and more health programs and services began to reopen in the Border City on Monday. The SHA said anyone who requests a test will receive one, regardless of whether they have symptoms or not. Further health services such enhanced mental health and addictions support, chronic disease management, wellness programs, …

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SHA reminding residents to be cautious as COVID-19 cases start to rise

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is reminding people to stay vigilant in preventing the spread of COVID-19 as cases continue to rise in the province. Over the last week, the SHA has released public service announcements in Lloydminster and other areas in the province because of new cases showing up in the area. “We are seeing more positive cases of COVID-19 …

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LOPUSHINSKY: Can we just be like Niles Crane?

In these new germ-focused times, why can’t everyone be a little like Niles Crane? Niles enters Cafe Nervosa in a full hazmat suit. Frasier: “Ready for Chernobyl are we Niles?” *Laugh track* Frasier: “Is the hand sanitizer next to the toilet paper in some dimwits basement? *Laugh track* Frasier: “They’re probably listening to rock’n’roll while wearing a tin foil hat!” …

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