The Saskatchewan Health Authority says two people who attended a supper north of Prince Albert earlier this month have tested positive for COVID-19.
The Lakeland Snowmobile Club Wilderness Rally Supper in Christopher Lake was held Mar. 14 with about 110 people in attendance.
The health authority says one of the people who tested positive served at the event and anyone who was there should self-isolate immediately.
Those who attended the supper and live in the Prince Albert area are asked to contact the Prince Albert Communicable disease team at 306-765-6504.
Others can phone 811 or go to www.saskatchewan.ca and click on COVID-19 information.
The province also announced a series of new restrictions yesterday as way of trying to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Public and private gatherings are now limited to no more than 10 people.
All restaurants, food courts, cafes, cafeterias and bistros are ordered to close.
Delivery and take out services are allowed provided two-metre self distancing is maintained.
Soup kitchens, not for profit community and religious kitchens are exempt provided they practice self-distancing.
Some businesses are exempted from the new rules including banks, gas stations, auto garages, media organizations, grocery stores, home supplies outlets and various health care organizations.
Another 14 new cases of COVID-19 were announced yesterday bringing the total to 86 confirmed cases in the province.
Four of these cases are in hospital.
The provincial government has also launched a new toll-free line for people who have questions about COVID-19 that are not health specific.
The number is 1-855-559-5502 and is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The province hopes this will free up health care workers on the 811 line which has been backlogged in recent weeks.