Phase Two of “Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan” Took Effect Tuesday with Return of Retail Business, Select Personal Services

Phase two of the “Re-open Saskatchewan Plan” started today (Tues) with the return of retail businesses and some personal services.
Retail outlets include clothing stores, shoe stores, sporting goods stores, flower shops, vaping supply shops, boat, ATV and snowmobile dealers, gift, book and stationery stores, jewelry and accessory stores, toy stores, music, electronic and entertainment stores, pawn shops, travel agencies, marinas and u-pick produce.
Personal services include hair salons/barber shops, registered massage therapist, acupuncturist and acupressurist.
Shopping malls and their retail tenants will re-open as well under guidelines for businesses.
In the province’s plan, it notes other than in allowable businesses, public and private gatherings are still limited to 10 people.
The date for phase three has yet to be determined.

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