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In accordance with Saskatchewan Health Authority guidelines, if you are having to visit the Community Clinic, and if you can tolerate, you are encouraged to wear a mask or face covering for your own protection and the protection of others, to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Cloth masks are available upon arrival for use […]
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