Visit the STF Professional Learning website to find tools and tutorials to help prepare you for the upcoming school year. Check out the exciting materials available at the ESRC, all of which can be found in the online catalogue available and mailed to your door! Want to help evaluate resources for use in Saskatchewan classrooms? Apply to the Exploring the Many Pathways to Learning project! The School Re-Opening Advisory has been updated with information regarding student health and return to school following illness.
REGINA — Saskatchewan is to release details today on how it will vaccinate older residents in the north against the novel coronavirus. The province's health minister and chief medical health officer are to provide a briefing about the rollout of the Moderna vaccine, which is set to arrive in Saskatchewan this week. The province planned to use the Moderna vaccine to immunize residents in northern Saskatchewan and remote communities because it's easier to transport than the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, which needs ultracold storage. So far, more than 2, health-care workers in Regina and Saskatoon have received a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine.
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