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Private: Masks strongly recommended at Parkland College campuses, training locations

September 14th, 2021

As of Tuesday, Sept. 14, Parkland College strongly recommends that masks/face coverings be worn at all campuses and training locations. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Saskatchewan, Parkland College is doing its part to help keep the college community safe.

Masks are available at all campuses if you don’t have your own.

In addition, Parkland College continues to encourage staff, students, and visitors to get fully vaccinated to help Protect the Parkland.

The Parkland College-Cumberland College Coalition Safety Committee has implemented several protocols to address and mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 over the past 18 months. Pandemic Response Teams at both colleges have placed high priority on safeguarding learners, employees, and communities. These protocols continue to follow guidance from the Government of Saskatchewan, Public Health, and the Ministry of Advanced Education.

Parkland College will continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 while responding to the guidance of our government partners and communicating with our stakeholders.

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