April 24, 2020
by The Globe and Mail
Saskatchewan has laid out a detailed, comprehensive plan to reopen its economy, the first province in the country to do so.
The plan, laid out in five phases, will start on May 4, with the resumption of non-essential medical procedures, and the reopening of provincial parks, campgrounds and golf courses. About two weeks later, retail businesses and personal services, such as hair salons and massage therapists, will be permitted to open.
From there, the province will gradually ease back on other restrictions as long as COVID-19 infections are kept at bay.
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