Moe says reopening dates coming soon for nearly all businesses in Saskatchewan

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This translation has been automatically generated and has not been verified for accuracy.Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe talks to reporters after the province released its budget at Saskatchewan's Legislative Building in Regina on June 15, 2020. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says details are coming soon on when 'virtually all' businesses in the province will be allowed to open.

The grants were to go to businesses impacted by public health orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Opposition NDP says the Saskatchewan Party government has spent about half of the program’s funding and that applications have been rejected because its parameters are too narrow. Moe says the intention of the grants was clear and many people in the province were able to keep working during the pandemic.Saskatchewan also reported one new case of COVID-19 on Monday in the far north region, bringing the province’s total to 779 infections. So far, 679 people have recovered and 13 have died.


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