Premier Scott Moe is announcing the end to the proof of vaccination in Saskatchewan and Lloydminster will come February 28th.
In making his submissions, Moe indicated he is listening to the people of the province.
“People are asking their government for a return to normal. A removal of public health restrictions and we most certainly are looking at how we can do that in the weeks ahead here in Saskatchewan. And now I think in fairness, it is time for us as a government to do what Saskatchewan people are asking for.”
While the public health order is set to expire at the end of the month, Moe added the vaccination policy will be removed sometime in February.
As it stands residents are required to show proof that they have been double vaxxed to enter restaurants, bars and other businesses, or supply a negative COVID-19 test.