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GLORY TO JESUS CHRIST! GLORY BE FOREVER!

 

My brother priests and all faithful in the Eparchy of Saskatoon:

The Updated Saskatchewan Public Health Orders for Places of Worship that were announced on April 13, 2021 by Premier Scott Moe and Dr. Shahab, and became effective on April 16th, have now been extended to the Last Week in May (not date set yet) Unless Otherwise Amended.

(See the link to: COVID-19-Re-Opening Roadmap: A Gradual, Measured Approach to Easing Public Health Measures – May 4-2021 – as per information from Government of Sask.for more details as announced on May 4, 2021.)

 

New measures for all Saskatchewan

These restrictions apply to all places in Saskatchewan. Both of these measures are a return to the guidelines in effect earlier this year.

  1. Effective Friday, April 16th,  all places of worship in Saskatchewan will be limited to a maximum capacity of 30 persons. All existing provisions including 2 metre distancing, hand sanitizing, masking, and contact tracing will remain in effect: (Places of worship guidelines). For clarity: the regulations permit concurrent meetings, but the combined capacity within the facility may not exceed 30 persons; the capacity limit applies to all persons within the place of worship except clergy/religious leadership and key staff/volunteers. Please keep this number as low as possible.

 

  1. Effective immediatelyApril 13th, all private indoor gatherings are prohibited immediately. Residents may not expand their household “bubble”. All indoor gatherings are restricted to immediate household members only.

Reminder: outdoor public gatherings are limited to 10 people, provided physical distancing between households can be maintained.

These measures are included in the current public health order that has been extended to the last week of May (no date has been set yet). 

(See the link to: COVID-19-Re-Opening Roadmap: A Gradual, Measured Approach to Easing Public Health Measures – May 4-2021 – as per information from Government of Sask.for more details as announced on May 4, 2021.)

Yours in Christ,

Fr. Janko Kolosnjaji, Chancellor and Vicar General of the Eparchy of Saskatoon

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