The health of our visitors is a top priority and we will continue to work to provide updated information as it becomes available. The City of Regina also is working with internal and external partners, including the Saskatchewan Health Authority, the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Agency of Canada on a proactive approach to deal with coronavirus (COVID-19).

Read the Government of Saskatchewan's Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan.

For those travelling to Regina, below is a list of frequently asked questions.

 

What is the latest risk level in Saskatchewan?

Check the Province of Saskatchewan's website for the latest updates on the COVID-19 risk in the province. 

 

Should I still travel to Regina?

See the latest information on travelling from the Public Health Agency of Canada. 

 

Are events and attractions cancelled/closed in Regina?

Tourism Regina is working hard to keep up to date with cancelled events and attractions in the city. Visit our event calendar for updates on the status of your event. Visit our business directory for updates on attraction closures.  For the latest information, we encourage you to look up the event or attraction directly. 

 

Are businesses and restaurants open?

As this situation is changing quickly, we recommend checking out each individual business and restaurant directly for their hours of operations.

Is transit, recreation facilities, community centres and City Hall impacted?

Visit the City of Regina website for updates.

 

What are symptoms of COVID-19?

Click here for a full list of symptoms to watch for. 

 

What should I do if I have questions about COVID-19 while in Regina?

Visit the Province of Saskatchewan’s website or call The Public Health Agency of Canada information line at: 1-833-784-4397.

 

What should I do if am experiencing symptoms while in Regina?

Call the provincial HealthLine 811 for more information or click here.