Saskatoon road conditions prevent health care workers from reporting for shifts
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says service disruptions may be felt Monday as a result of poor road conditions.
SASKATOON -- In light of current road conditions, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) recommends people stay home and reschedule non-urgent appointments.
Roads clogged with snow from this weekend's blizzard are preventing many health care workers in Saskatoon from getting to work, the SHA said in a news release, adding it anticipates delays with home-care visits and other health care services.
The SHA is asking residents to refrain from travelling to non-urgent health-care appointments and procedures. The SHA said individuals should call to reschedule.
Saskatoon hospitals remain open for urgent and emergency care.