In a news release, the Saskatchewan government stated more than 15 million rapid antigen tests have been distributed.
That includes more than 7 million to public distribution centres around the province, 2 million to schools and 1.5 million to Indigenous Services Canada and the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority.
The province noted 4 million tests are scheduled to arrive this month.
In Yorkton, rapid tests are available at the COVID test and assessment site on Mrytle Avenue; at the Public Library on Broadway Street West; and at the Yorkton Co-Op on Argyle Street.
In Melville, the tests can be picked up at the Melville Library at 444 Main Street and at the Melville & District Chamber of Commerce at 430 Main Street.
In Canora, tests are available at the Co-Op on 707 Norway Road South; the Canora Library at 223 8th Avenue; and the Canora Fire Department at 211 Main Street.
These tests are available in roughly 600 locations around the province, and a map of locations can be found here.