The province continues to see strong recovery from COVID-19, as its new daily cases remain below 200. Seventy-four new cases were identified on Monday, and three deaths related to COVID-19 were also reported.
Health Minister Christian Dubé reminded owners of bars and nightclubs on Monday that they must comply with regulations, after a spike in Montreal’s South Shore neighbourhood was seen last week.
“If the rules are not respected, we will close your venue,” said Dubé.
Saskatchewan reports nine new cases
There are nine more cases of COVID-19 in the province, officials announced on Monday. There were three cases in the far north region, one in the north region, one in the central region, two in the Saskatoon area and two in the south region, officials said. Currently, the province has 59 active cases. The death toll remains at 14.