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Those at Herbert Stampede could’ve been exposed to COVID-19

Posted on 10 August 2021 by Contributed by SHA
Increased COVID-19 exposure possible at July 31-Aug. 1 Herbert Stampede

COVID-19, and its variants, are still very much present in Saskatchewan. Persons infected with or exposed to COVID-19 should take all precautions as advised by Public Health and take all reasonable measures to significantly reduce the risk of infecting others. Following public health guidance is particularly important for those who are unvaccinated, or have received only one dose of COVID vaccine.

Please be aware that there is an increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 at the following location where a person or persons attended while infectious:

As per Disease Control RegulationsOpens in new window, all individuals in attendance during this date and time should:

Exception: If you have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine, and the second dose was received on or before 17th July 2021, you do not need to self-isolate but:

Self-isolation means you need to stay home, avoid contact with anyone who is not fully vaccinated (individuals who are considered fully vaccinated have received two doses of vaccine and are at least two weeks past their second dose), and stay away from work, school, stores, social events and any other public setting.

Call HealthLine 811, your physician or nurse practitioner if you develop symptoms; you may develop symptoms from two to 14 days following exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19.

It is important to note the following:

Protect Yourself Today!

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is strongly encouraging all Saskatchewan residents 12 years of age and older to be immunized with both doses. COVID -19 variants are continuing to develop and spread, and are more transmissible than the initial COVID-19 virus. Vaccines are proving to be effective in protecting individuals from serious illness against these variants, and high vaccination rates in our province will help curb the spread.

Visit a participating pharmacy in your neighborhood, book an appointment at an SHA clinicOpens in new window, or visit one of our drive-thru, walk-in or pop-up clinics — there are many options available to be immunized.

Increased COVID-19 exposure possible at July 31-Aug. 1 Herbert Stampede

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