SHA issuing advisory of possible COVID-19 exposure at Regina businesses

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is issuing an advisory after confirmation that a person visited select Regina businesses during the time when they were likely infectious with COVID-19. Anyone who attended this business during the listed times below should be self-monitoring for symptoms for 14 days after their visit or seek a testing referral by contacting HealthLine 811. For information on self- monitoring please go to and click on the About COVID-19 link.

This applies for those who were at the following establishments:

  • Costco Regina on ​July 6 (3-4 p.m.)
  • KFC – 3998 Albert St. South  on July 6 (noon-2 p.m.)

This public health alert is being issued as a precaution. We know that COVID-19 is easily transmitted and want to ensure residents are aware if they have been at these business during the listed times. As of July 14, COVID-19 testing is available to anyone, regardless of whether they have symptoms or not.

The public is reminded that during the COVID-19 pandemic it is important to continue to take precautions to protect yourself, your families and everyone who lives in the community.  This includes physical distancing to maintain a 2-metre separation at all times, frequent hand washing, and self-isolating if you are sick.

It is also important to adhere to public health orders and municipal government guidelines, including limiting your social circles, travel restrictions and not attending large gatherings.

COVID-19 is still present in Saskatchewan and we all have a responsibility to minimize the spread of the disease. Together we can make a positive difference and keep our communities safe.

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