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Sask. Health Authority expanding mobile COVID-19 testing in Moose Jaw

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is expanding mobile testing in Moose Jaw where COVID-19 variants of concern (VOCs) are rising.

The SHA plans to conduct mobile testing on Monday and Tuesday this week, replacing the previously scheduled drop-in testing. Testing on these days are by appointment only and the SHA said people will be provided the testing location when an appointment is made.

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Drop-in testing at 250 Thatcher Dr. (Moose Jaw Exhibition, Golden Nugget) in the city will resume on Wednesday.

Anyone looking to get a COVID-19 test in the Moose Jaw area can still book an appointment by calling HealthLine 811 for a referral.

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This comes after a number of warnings issued by the SHA about rising VOCs in the area. As of Saturday, the south central zone, where Moose Jaw is located accounts for 104 of the province’s variants reported.

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