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HCWs Removed As A Priority In Sask.’s Phase 2 Vaccine Rollout

On Tuesday, February 9th, the SHA and Provincial Government released more details about their COVID-19 vaccine delivery plan. As part of Phase 1, healthcare workers, who work in the following areas, will continue to be prioritized: Congregate living settings such as long-term care and personal care homes; Adult ICU; Emergency departments; Respiratory therapy; COVID-19 designated…

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2021 Annual Meeting Postponed

Since March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be unpredictable and has now presented us with another challenge to navigate. With the rapidly expanding risk with COVID-19 variants across the…

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COVID patients in Sask. ICUs could quadruple by May: new modelling

New Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) modelling charts out a path to a quadrupling of COVID-19 patients in intensive care within weeks under a business-as-usual scenario. The modelling, shared…

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SUN Welcomes Two New Employment Relations Officers To Support Locals

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses would like to introduce two new Employment…

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Saskatoon ICU nurse creates COVID-inspired art with vaccine-vial caps

While the COVID-19 vaccine has been called liquid gold by those who anxiously await their shots, the colourful caps from empty vaccine vials have become the golden touches in a Saskatoon nurse's…

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