To reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, the Saskatchewan Government has issued guidelines and restrictions under the current Public Health Order.
Public Health Orders – Currently In Effect
- Masks Mandatory in Indoor Public Places and on Saskatoon Transit
- The maximum allowable gathering size for private gatherings in the home is reduced to 5
Saskatchewan Gathering Limits from November 19
- Indoor public gatherings over 30 people and outdoor private and public gatherings over 30 people are prohibited except in the following circumstances where two-metre distancing between people can be maintained:
- Settings where people are distributed into multiple rooms or buildings, and workplaces; and
- Are a critical public service or an allowable business service.
- No more than five people will be allowed to gather inside a home. Gatherings outside of a household are discouraged.
- The number of people allowed at a table in a restaurant or bar is limited to 4.
- Capacity at casinos, bingo halls, arenas and movie theatres will be capped at 30 people. The limit will also apply to conferences, worship services, funerals and weddings.
Parks & Outdoor
- Provincial Parks – Updates
- Parks, playgrounds, sports fields, trails, dog parks, tennis, pickleball and basketball courts, skate parks, and public squares are open.
- National Parks and Historic Sites –Plan Ahead
- Evraz Place
- Landmark Theatre
- Casino Regina
- The Co-operators Centre at Evraz Place
- Soaked! Water Park
- Saskatchewan Science Centre Exhibit Floor remains closed. Visitors can experience JoyLab 2.0 in the visiting exhibition gallery – at a reduced admission price
- Kramer Imax Theatre
- RCMP Heritage Centre
- Government House
- Art Gallery of Regina
- MacKenzie Art Gallery
- Royal Saskatchewan Museum
- Rainbow Cinema
- Cineplex Cinemas
Places to Visit in Regina:
- Day Trips from Regina
- Hiking Trails In and Around Regina
- Self-guided Tours in Regina
- Parks and Natural Areas of Saskatchewan
Food & Grocery
- Grocery Stores Open
- Regina Restaurants Open for Takeout & Delivery During COVID-19
- Restaurants Open in Regina For Dine-In Services
- Retail businesses
- Shopping Malls are open
- Public markets and farmers markets
City Services & Other Facilities
- All essential services
- Regina Public Transit
- All arenas have reopened with the exception of the Al Ritchie Arena
- City cemeteries
- Garbage and Recycling collection
- Online Regina Library Services
- All Regina Public Library branches, Dunlop Art Gallery locations, and RPL Film Theatre are open
- Winter League Registration Opens November 1st
- Regina’s City Hall is open. Limited services at main floor counters will be available for customers to pay water bills, property taxes, parking tickets, and for licensing services. The Building and Development Permit Counter will also be open for limited services.
- Building permit inspections are being conducted in person