REGINA – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to offer any helps needed to assist Saskatchewan with its COVID-19 disaster.
In a dialog with Premier Scott Moe on Wednesday, the Prime Minister’s Workplace says the 2 leaders spoke about Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 circumstances, rising vaccination efforts and what the province wants to beat the fourth wave of the pandemic.
An announcement from Ottawa says Trudeau reiterated that the federal authorities “stays prepared to reply to any requests” from Saskatchewan for assist.
Trudeau inspired Moe to determine any particular wants as they emerge.
The pair additionally talked about encouraging vaccine uptake with Indigenous, rural and distant communities.
Saskatchewan has one of many highest charges of lively COVID-19 circumstances in Canada and its hospitals are overburdened with sufferers combating the virus.
This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Sept. 30, 2021.
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