The WCB offices in Regina and Saskatoon are closed to the public to avoid the spread of COVID-19. You can still contact us by phone at 1.800.667.7590, email email@example.com or online at www.wcbsask.com.
Please follow Saskatchewan government guidelines on self-monitoring and self-isolation to protect yourself and your family.
The WCB is practicing social distancing and utilizing technology to communicate with our customers to avoid all unnecessary in-person meetings whenever possible.
What is self-monitoring?
Self-monitoring should be practiced for a minimum of 14 days where you meet any of the symptoms, travel-related or exposure criteria referenced in the Government of Saskatchewan self-assessment tool or in the symptoms referenced above.
Please refer to the Self-Monitoring Information sheet for additional information and advice on how to self-monitor.
What is self-isolation/quarantine?
Isolation and quarantine should be imposed if you meet any of the travel related or exposure criteria referenced in WCB’s information and materials as requiring a period of self-isolation or self-quarantine.
Please refer to the Saskatchewan government’s self-isolation information to understand more about what is required of individuals during a required period of self-isolation.
Resources from the Government of Saskatchewan:
- 2019 Novel Coronavirus
- COVID-19 Self-Assessment
- COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
- COVID-19 Guidance: Mass Gatherings, Risk for Elderly Populations
- Self-Monitoring Information Sheet
- Self-Isolation Information Sheet
- COVID-19 Guidance: Residents Returning to Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Health Line:
Printable resources and downloads from the Government of Canada:
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
- COVID-19 updates
- Travel advice
- Being prepared
- Symptoms and treatment
- Prevention and risks
- Canada’s response
- Awareness resources
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Information sheet – Travellers returning from Iron, Italy and Hubei Province, China