SK, AB institutions adapt to provincial lifting of vaccine, mask mandates

More postsecondary institutions in Saskatchewan and Alberta have shared their response to provincial vaccine and mask mandates changing or coming to an end. SK plans to remove public health orders such as self-isolation, masking, and proof-of-vaccination. The University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina have announced that they will continue to use a proof-of-vaccination policy and require masking, as well as requiring students who are unvaccinated or do not declare their status to submit rapid antigen tests. In AB, the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology has announced that it will no longer require vaccinations and will not require masking as of March 1st. Ambrose University has announced that it will discontinue its proof of vaccination program on campus. UCalgary plans to remove its vaccine mandate for future semesters. CBC (1)| CBC (2)| CBC (3)| Ambrose Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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