Daily Cases

USask will provide ongoing updates on confirmed positive COVID-19 case numbers associated with the campus community, based on information provided to the university. Due to privacy considerations, only top-line case numbers will be announced for the past 14 days. 

Starting Sept. 15, we will include the daily number of positive cases and the buildings as the information becomes available

Sun., Jan. 16

daily cases reported
Health Sciences Building
Innovation Place
USask farms

Sat., Jan. 15

daily cases reported

Fri., Jan. 14

daily cases reported
Animal Science
Crop Development Centre
Health Sciences
Memorial Union Building
USask Farm
Date No. of Cases Building
Jan. 13 40 Agriculture, Archaeology, Crop Development Centre, Health Sciences, Library, Memorial Union Building, Residence, University Services Building
Jan. 12 26 Agriculture, Physical Activity Complex, Residence
Jan. 11 14 Engineering, Physics, Off-campus, Residence, Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Jan. 10 52 Agriculture, Education, Edwards, Health Sciences, Library, Physical Activity Complex, Off-campus, Residence, Thorvaldson, Williams
Jan. 9 28 Agriculture, HealthSciences Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence, Off-campus
Jan. 8 8 Agriculture, Health Sciences, Off-campus, Residence, Thorvaldson, Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Jan. 7 42 Geology, Health Sciences, Off-campus, Physics, Residence, University Services Building
Jan. 6 14 Health Sciences, Library, McEowen, Off-campus
Jan. 5 34 Health Sciences, Marquis Hall, Off-campus, PAC, Thorvaldson, Western College of Veterinary Medicine
Jan. 4 22 Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Off-campus
Jan. 3 15 Off-campus

Exposure Protocols

If you have any concerns about your health or possible exposure to COVID-19 call Saskatchewan's HealthLine at 811.

If you suspect you may be a close contact, self-monitor your health by using the Covid Testing/Symptom Check channel on PAWS. If you feel sick please follow the Feeling Sick Guidelines.

COVID-19 transmission info

The primary mode by which COVID-19 spreads is through exposure to respiratory fluid containing infectious virus. The virus-containing particles can range in size from large droplets to small, airborne particles that remain suspended in the air for long periods of time1.

Outbreak investigations and scientific studies have demonstrated that the transmission of COVID-19 is highest in the following settings:2,3

  • Crowded places, especially if physical distancing and masking cannot be maintained
  • Close-contact settings, especially where people have conversations very near each other
  • Confined and enclosed spaces, particularly those with poor ventilation
  • Settings where particles are expelled from the mouth, such as singing and breathing heavily during exercise
  • Places where aerosol-producing medical procedures are occurring (i.e., hospitals, dental clinics)
  1. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/science-briefs/sars-cov-2-transmission.html
  2. https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-how-is-it-transmitted
  3. https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/2019-novel-coronavirus-infection/health-professionals/main-modes-transmission.html#a2