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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe self-isolating after 'potential exposure' to COVID-19

Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe.
Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe.

Premier Scott Moe is self isolating after a potential exposure to a person who tested positive to COVID-19.

Moe’s executive director of communications, Jim Billington, said the potential exposure occurred in the Prince Albert area on Nov. 15. Moe will self-isolate for 14 days. That takes him until Nov. 29, a day before the scheduled date for the Throne Speech that will launch a two-week legislative session.

According to Billington, Moe is not showing any symptoms but was tested on Monday “out of an abundance of caution.”

The premier will work remotely out of his home in Shellbrook, Billington’s statement said.

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