Effective February 14, 2022

Proof of Vaccine or Negative COVID-19 Test No Longer Required for Support Persons/Family/Visitors

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (SCA) has removed the proof of vaccination requirement effective Monday, February 14.

The SCA is committed to keeping patients and visitors safe in our facilities and the following COVID-19 precautions remain unchanged:

- Universal and continuous masking in all of our facilities
- Wearing prescribed PPE
- Practising proper hand hygiene
- Maintaining physical distancing
- Minimizing traffic in our facilities
- Daily staff screening and staying home if ill

Immuno-compromised patients are at higher risk for illnesses, especially COVID-19. We ask that patients and their families continue to do the following:

- Exercise caution and minimize your risk of exposure in the community
- Wear a mask in all SCA facilities
- Practise frequent hand hygiene
- Maintain physical distancing
- Notify your care provider if you become ill and are supposed to attend an appointment or treatment, so we can ensure your safety as well as those around you.

The SCA will also continue to screen patients for symptoms by telephone 2-4 days prior to appointments. Commissionaires will also remain at facility entrances to screen all patients and visitors.

Thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding.