Moe self-isolating with Covid
January 13, 2022, 10:35 am
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has tested positive for COVID-19 after taking a rapid antigen test.
The Premier’s Office issued a media release Thursday morning and notified everyone who attended Wednesday’s COVID-19 update news conference in person that the premier tested positive.
Moe isn’t experiencing any symptoms and routinely monitors his status through testing, according to the release. All close contacts have been notified.
Moe’s last negative test was on Sunday. His positive test was Thursday morning.
Moe will now self-isolate for five days and work from home until his isolation is over, as per current public health orders.
"I'm feeling fine, but will be self-isolating and working from home for five days," the premier said in a tweet
Everyone at the media conference is asked to self-monitor and take a rapid test. All close contacts within the past two days have been notified in accordance with public health guidance.