What you need to know about the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan

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For retail, this includes clothing and shoe stores, flower shops, vaping supply shops, toy stores, music stores, boat dealerships and more. Some retailers will have to develop new protocols, like minimizing customers from touching merchandise, not allowing them to try on clothes, and adopting no-return policies.

For personal services, it means barbershops and hair salons, registered massage therapists, and acupuncture and acupressure providers.

Two-metre distancing will not be possible in some of these settings, so “service providers will be required to take precautionary measures, such as client screening, wearing gloves and face masks.”