Possible COVID-19 Exposure Reported on U of R Main Campus Oct 22nd


The University of Regina main campus has been identified by Saskatchewan Health as the location of possible COVID-19 exposure. An individual who attended the Riddell Centre on Thursday, October 22 between 10:30 am and 2:30 pm was likely infectious at the time.

Public Health officials are advising anyone who may have been at this location on the specified date and time to self-monitor for 14 days. Anyone developing symptoms of COVID-19 should immediately self-isolate and call the HealthLine at 811 to arrange for testing. It is important to note that people may develop symptoms from two to 14 days following exposure to the virus.

This, along with any future potential exposures to COVID-19 that occur on University of Regina campuses, will be tracked and updated on our website at Campus COVID-19 Advisories:


Please check the site regularly if you come to campus in person.

Please stay safe by continuing to observe all recommended public health guidelines relating to: hand washing/sanitizing, mask usage, physical distancing, and limiting the number of people in your social “bubble.”

Shared on behalf of:
Darren Cherwaty, Director, Health, Safety & Wellness, University of Regina


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