Source: Michaela Solomon, regina.ctvnews.ca, April 29, 2020
The third extension follows 17 new cases in the province.
REGINA — Saskatchewan’s state of emergency has been extended for another two weeks, Premier Scott Moe said on Wednesday.
The state of emergency was initially called on March 18. Moe extended it for two more weeks on April 1, and again on April 15.
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