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Mandatory self-isolation after travel now a law in Sask.

Source: Katherine Hill, March 21, 2020

Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 total is now at 26, spurring the province to order a mandatory 14-day self-isolation for anyone who has travelled internationally or has come into contact with someone with the virus.

REGINA — Mandatory self-isolation following international travel is now law in Saskatchewan after the announcement of six more COVID-19 cases on Friday.

Premier Scott Moe announced new measures under the Public Health Act to further reduce the risk of potential COVID-19 transmission.

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