Navigating the pandemic

Tracking, testing and reporting initiatives

COVID-19 Tracker Canada
View case counts, hospitalizations, and deaths across Canada from COVID-19.

COVID-19 Tracker Saskatchewan on COVID-19 Tracker Canada
Select Saskatchewan from the pull-down menu at the top of the page to see stats for all of Saskatchewan; use Region to see a specific region of Saskatchewan

COVID-19 Rapid Test Tracker on COVID-19 Tracker Canada
Report rapid test results here to help give a fuller picture of test results in Saskatchewan.

Dr Kyle Anderson’s Google Data Studio
Extensive collection of graph views based on available COVID-19 reporting data by Dr. Kyle Anderson in Saskatoon/Treaty 6 Territory.
This link takes you to the Saskatchewan Cases, Hospitalizations and Deaths collection.
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Stats discussion and interpretation

COVID-19 Resources (currently happening each Wednesday)
“COVID-19 Resources Canada is hosting bilingual, Canada-wide kitchen table-style discussions where anyone living in Canada can get together to talk. This conversation goes beyond vaccines and virology. We’re at a point in the pandemic where restrictions are lifting and some Canadians can return to the places and activities they missed. For some, this is the moment we’ve been waiting for, but for many of us most at risk, this is a difficult period, and is very much not the end of the epidemic. Many Canadians aren’t sure what this return to “normal” means, and how to do so safely. Join us for an open discussion, where we will hear your thoughts and address your questions in a safe and welcoming community, supported by science.”

COVID-19 SK Perspectives
Facebook group, moderated by Dr. Adam Ogieglo; often includes discussion around interpreting SHA / public health advice.

Combatting COVID denialism and misinformation

Dear Pandemic
Pandemic / COVID-19 / public health measures Q&As written by an interdisciplinary, all-woman team of researchers and clinicians with expertise in nursing, mental health, demography, health policy/economics, and epidemiology.

Various fact-checker initiatives from media and public interest groups.

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