The City of Moose Jaw confirmed late Friday afternoon that two city employees have been tested for COVID-19.

One of the tests was negative and the other test result is still pending.

The city said they are not front-facing employees who interact with the public.

The city has also implemented a “Dial A Bus” service starting on Monday between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. depending on availability.

Transit will be taking bookings for high-risk citizens to do during shopping hours offered by Safeway, Co-op, Superstore and Wal-mart.

The book transit, the city asks call 306-694-4488 and to give as much notice as possible and it will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis.


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