By Western Standard
February 8, 2022
Saskatchewan residents will no longer have to show vaccine passports as of Monday.
But all other current public health orders, including forced masking in indoor public spaces, will remain in effect until the end of February.
Premier Scott Moe announced as of Monday at 12:01 a.m. (CST) businesses, public areas and workplaces will no longer have to require a vaccine passport or proof of a negative COVID-19
The province becomes the first in Canada to drop vaccine passport requirements.