“The extent of these operational adjustments is determined within each organization.” The Saskatchewan government recommends that people work as far away from home as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but the Saskatchewan Union of Administration and General Employment (SGEU) says the province is not following its own recommendations. Models released Thursday indicate that Saskatchewan could reduce its COVID-19 numbers to 76 new cases per day in six months, if 60 per cent of residents use masks, half the population works from home, people frequent restaurants and bars at 25 per cent of the historical level, only 20 per cent of Saskatchewanians attend weekly private meetings. Weekly meetings are limited to five people and residents only frequent the grocery store once a week. “As always, the focus will be on maximizing the health and safety of employees and citizens, while providing the services that the people of Saskatchewan need,” said Swan. He said he was unable to get information from the Saskatchewan Public Utilities Commission on the number of workers currently working from home in ministries and authorities. . . .