Information for Health Professionals

The resources on this page support managers and professionals in health care, essential services and pandemic planning and response activities in First Nations in Saskatchewan to make informed decisions and take action on COVID-19 in their communities.  

Please note: if links to information offer different advice or guidance, the Saskatchewan provincial guidelines take priority. Various sources include the Public Health Agency of Canada, Indigenous Services Canada, Canada Centre for Occupational Health and Safety Transport Canada, Saskatchewan Ministry of Health and various Indigenous organizations.

Current situation in SK:

Health Facilities:


Infection Prevention and Control (including PPE)

Mental Wellness

Pandemic Planning

Physical Distancing

Re-Open Saskatchewan: Provincial Plan and Requirements

The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan defines the public health requirements for businesses, facilities, workplaces as restrictions are lifted and is updated regularly.

Resuming Services: Community Planning Resources

Testing, Screening, Treatment and Medical Directives


Training Resources on Health &Safety Information


For more information, call InfoPoint – InfoPoint is designed for First Nations health managers across Canada. The InfoPoint team will work with you to find the most relevant and reliable information from our database of resources for Firs Nations health managers.

InfoPoint is available from 8 am – 8 pm ET, Monday – Friday. 

Phone: Call at 1-855-446-2719 to talk to a real person.