If you need to get your driver's licence, you'll need to be fully vaccinated, or submit a recent, negative COVID-19 test result in order to take your road test.
The new COVID-19 policy will take effect on Oct. 25, Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) announced on Thursday morning.
"Providing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is now standard practice to access many businesses, services, and venues," said Penny McCune, chief operating officer for SGI's Auto Fund. "This will improve safety for our customers and employees."
The negative COVID-19 test has to have taken place within 72 hours of the road test appointment. SGI said it will accept tests approved by the Ministry of Health, including PCR tests or rapid antigen tests.