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         Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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The government has named an advisory panel to recommend options for advancing the science of MS for the benefit of patients.

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July 15 - The province has lifted a public health advisory about high levels of bacteria in Last Mountain, Echo, Pasqua, Katepwa, Crooked and Round Lakes. Tests on water samples taken Monday have confirmed that levels of E.coli at all public beaches tested have dropped to a level considered safe for swimming and in-water recreational activities.

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July 10 - Health officials advise Saskatchewan residents to take precautions against mosquitoes, as the weather warms up and the risk of West Nile Virus increases.

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July 9 - Saskatchewan health care workers will be required to choose either to get an influenza immunization or to wear a mask while delivering care and services to patients during flu season this fall.

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Jun 30 - Public health officials are advising residents that a small risk of Hepatitis A exists for people who visited the Mainstay Motel and Restaurant near Riverhurst between June 1 and 22, 2014.
Those who ate or drank at the location between June 18 and 22 are the highest priority contacts, as vaccine may be recommended for them.


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